TODD HAWKINS
President
The Todd Group

Todd Hawkins, A native of Los Angeles is a multifaceted businessman, successful consultant& event producer, Todd has produced & consulted on numerous events, campaigns & special projects for several corporate, entertainment, non-profit & political organizations.

A graduate of UCLA, Todd started his professional career in the events industry at Warner Bros. Special Events where he worked on several premieres, corporate events and charity galas. In 2007, Todd opened his own event production & management company, The Todd Group, which has become one of the leading event management & consulting firms in Los Angeles. The Todd Group has produced several successful events for high profile and celebrity clients. Todd has fast become a key leader in the event industry & was recognized by BizBash Magazine in 2013 as one of the “Top 50 Innovative Event Professionals” in the event industry.

In 2014, Todd co-founded Hawkins Mikita with business partner, Justin Mikita to pursue his passion for social change & philanthropy. Hawkins Mikita is a social impact agency leading the way in social innovation for key influencers looking to make significant &meaningful impact in the philanthropic & political space.

In addition to managing multi fast- paced businesses, Todd is a civic leader participating in numerous volunteer activities helping to bring about change in our city and country. As a champion for young professionals seeking elected office & being apart of the political process, Todd served as a So. Cal. co- chair for the Young Professionals Finance Committee (Gen 44) to support the re-election of President Barack Obama & continues to be active in several local, state-wide & national elections, working to create a space for young professionals and people of color to be apart of the political dialogue. Additionally, Todd is an active volunteer and board member with numerous organizations. Todd was appointed President of the California African American Museum by California Governor Jerry Brown in June 2014 and in 2020 was elected to the national board of directors for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).