Dany Garcia, B.B.A. '92
Alumna raises the bar for business and entertainment

Dany Garcia, B.B.A. ’92, is a groundbreaking visionary, and the definition of success: an entertainment magnate, investor, producer, professional athlete, and philanthropist. She is the founder, CEO, and chairwoman of The Garcia Companies and TGC Management.

She is also a prominent alumna of the University of Miami, where she studied international marketing and finance and was a member of the rowing team.

Garcia is the architect behind some of today’s most successful enterprises, brands, and talent. Her innovative, global approach to every professional and personal endeavor has contributed to her continued success. Her precise instincts within the ever-changing media landscape, paired with years of experience in the finance industry, have led to innovative and trusted business partnerships in a variety of verticals. Garcia’s passion for bettering the world through socially responsible decisions is consistently reflected in the culture of her teams and the businesses she builds.

TGC Management is a global brand development and management company responsible for guiding strategy and building enterprises for some of the world’s most coveted names and brands. Through her immersive work within TGC Management, Garcia is the visionary behind the careers of Dwayne Johnson and Henry Cavill. The TGC portfolio is as extensive as it is diverse, and it includes overseeing various ventures in the entertainment and entrepreneurial spaces—TGC Management, Seven Bucks Productions, Seven Bucks Creative, Seven Bucks Digital Studios, Atom Tickets, and CAVA.

Garcia also co-founded Seven Bucks Productions, a multi-platform production company pioneering original content for television, film, emerging technologies, and digital networks. The company has an ever-expanding slate including movies such as Sony’s highest grossing film of all time, Jumanji, Rampage (Warner Bros.), as well as upcoming films with Disney, Universal and Netflix. Seven Bucks Productions also produces original television programming including one of HBO’s highest rated comedies, Ballers, and a six-episode docuseries Finding Justice (BET).

In 2016, Garcia and her team launched their digital arm, Seven Bucks Digital Studios, which creates premium long and short-form content for digital platforms.

Since earning her degree, Garcia has remained closely connected to her alma mater. She’s served as an Alumni Trustee and contributed both time and resources to the U. In 2007, Garcia and her then-husband and current business partner Dwayne Johnson, B.G.S ’95, donated $1 million to the University’s football facilities renovation fund. On April 12th, she returned to campus and served as one of the panelists for the 4th Annual Sport Industry Conference (SIC)

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