To empower kids with the common-sense skills to handle the challenges of the world around them.
We want to nurture kids through learning, so they are healthy, intelligent, and capable of leading when needed.
Rebecca Adelson, Host
Rebecca is an actress, singer and fitness instructor in Texas. Rebecca previously studied theater in college at the George Washington University in DC, and has been singing with school choirs, professional choirs, and various bands for over 15 years. Rebecca is delighted she has been able to turn her passions into her career.
Kylie McLaughlin, Director, Videographer
Kylie is an award-winning, 2016 Graduate of The University of North Texas with a BA in Radio, Television, Video, and Film. Her focus is in Cinematography, Music Video Production Photography, and SFX makeup. The leading objective behind her production company, Kid K is collaborating with other artists.
Eliana is an experienced executive in commercial and marketing areas. She has a background in Business Administration, and a dual MS Marketing (Esan, Peru) / MS in Marketing Intelligence (ESIC, Spain). She has experience in education, where she leads and supports the successful growth of a charter school culture and recruitment.
Stephanie is a Marketing and Communications professional that has worked with a roster of clients that include: Esther’s Follies, Threadgill’s, Pecan Street Festival, Vote4Her, and Six Square, Austin’s Black Cultural District, among others. She was the Children’s Events editor for San Francisco Arts Monthly and wrote a family column in CultureMap Austin.
She is passionate about telling her client’s stories and highlighting their strengths, in the best way possible. She is thrilled to work with the talented Smart Kids team!
Luis Zapata was born in Lima Peru. He earned his bachelors and masters from UT Austin. Luis introduced Rock en Espanol to Central Texas by founding the Latino Rock Alliance. The University of Texas Libraries hosts the Luis Zapata Collection composed of rare musical recordings since the early 1900s.