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Theresa Corrao and Dawn Rewey left their careers to start families and quickly realized parenting was a lot more challenging than they anticipated. From their collective desire for a simple way to cut through the clutter and sort through all the parenting information that was coming their way - an idea was born and totz+ was created. Click on the images below to get to know these busy mothers a bit better.
Dawn Madison Rewey
Executive media director, artist, entrepreneur and mother of two.
Dawn’s media career included: Marketing Director for American Radio Systems in Boston - marketing the number one rated SportsRadio station and launching new music stations for the company. Media Director for Leo Burnett Advertising in Chicago developing and managing print media strategies for Product & Gamble’s high profile beauty brands (Cover Girl, Pantene, Crest & Hugo Boss) while working closely with major publications such as Vogue, Cosmo, O Magazine & InStyle.
Dawn is currently illustrating a children’s book with the help of her two little girl’s art direction, critiques and vivid imaginations.
Creative producer, screenwriter, foodie and mother of two.
Theresa has over 20 years of experience in the feature film industry including: Main Visual Effects Producer on five blockbuster Harry Potter films. Working at Warner Brothers, Universal Studios and Industrial Light & Magic with acclaimed directors and producers such as Tim Burton, Alfonso Cuaron and Mike Newell to name a few. She not only helped bring Howarts to life, she brought her own touch to other films such as Jurassic Park and Pacific Rim.
Theresa’s love for the film industry appears to be hereditary; her young children already enjoy training dragons and fighting evil toys.