Meet Regan Farley.
Regan Farley has created a blueprint to effectively disrupt the public relations industry by its traditional standards. Regan worked with companies such as Fox Broadcasting Company, NBCUniversal, Def Jam Records, CBS Television, and PS Media Talent. She’s wrangled talent for red carpet events such as NAACP Image Awards, BET Hip-Hop Awards, and more. As an alum of Lincoln University, she understands the importance of educating oneself to become an elite force in business and life. Regan lives by the notion that “The dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately. Each person has a different hustle and a specific goal to get them there. It’s important to recognize that early on and know that you must run your race to be successful.”
As a digital content strategist, Regan provides strategy content for herself and clients through her company Intel Media Group. Intel Media Group (IMG) was established to elevate both traditional and new media footprints individuals, businesses, and brands across the country. IMG clients have appeared on nationally recognized media platforms shows BET, Black Enterprise, Hot 97, Breakfast Club, VH1, Fast Company, and much more. A stout philanthropist, Regan has partnered with organizations such as The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles and New York. She’s also a board member in the Maryland chapter and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Her current endeavors include The PR Circle, Hustle Sold Separ8ly clothing, and Can’t Knock the Hustle journal, which is in conjunction with the Hustle Sold Separ8ly brand.
GET TO KNOW REGAN.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT TGS?
The community at TGS is what’s most important to me. I love connecting with people who have similar ambitions and goals. It’s that age-old notion of iron sharpening iron with so much greatness within the community we have no choice but to succeed together. That’s what I love most about TGS!
If you could have dinner with 3 people, dead or alive, who would you choose and why?
My grandfather, he truly believed in my following my dreams and was extremely proud of the work I started to do. He passed away before he could see it all come to light.
Hov it’s his business acumen, longevity not just in rap music but is multi-faceted nature.
Nipsey he understood growth and life being a marathon not a sprint.
What is one piece of advice you’d share with your younger self?
That hitting reset is extremely important, you don’t have to have it all figured out. You’ll take time to get things together but at its core, it’s all going to be okay. Give yourself grace!
What is your favorite quote or mantra?
The dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately.