Lisa Hintelmann is an executive director working for the renowned American talent hunt company, Talent and Entertainment Partnership. She garnered all the limelight after getting into the relationship with Robyn Crawford.
Robyn Crawford was the former partner of the late singer, songwriter and actress Whitney Houston. The previous couple was very close during the 80s, but they ended their relationship due to trouble their affair faced. Lisa grew up in a typical American family. Her early life or her birthplace is under wraps.
Lisa's past affair or marriage has been kept the secret to the media, but as of now, Lisa is married to her partner Robyn Crawford. Both of them were so much in love that they tied the knot after dating for a while.
After the nuptials, this sweet couple adopted twins. Currently, the love birds and their twins are residing in New Jersey. Previously, Crawford was in a lesbian relationship with the singing sensation Whitney Houston.
The former duo separated personally and professionally in 1982. In the new memoir, Robyn explains her bond with the singer.
Lisa Hintlemann is living a comfortable lifestyle with her family. She is a successful woman having an income in seven figures. As an editor to the world's top-notch magazine, she has been successful in earning a name as well as fame in the media world.
She hasn't officially disclosed her net worth, but she is estimated to have assets of over $20 million. With that, she also signs contracts and promotions for her shows, which provides a good cash flow at her disposal.
Her partner Robyn is estimated to have a resource earning of over $500,000. Also, Robyn is also a creative director and executive assistant in the fame industry.
Robyn's director's role and her experience of handling some of the top celebrities has helped her multiple her asset profile timely. As of 2019, a creative director is expected to make money of $100,000 to $150,000 annually. She takes a right amount of money at home.
Hintelmann completed her Bachelor of Arts in communications from Boston College with a major in English. After completing her education, she started working as a special project editor for the GQ magazine from 1993 to 1997.
Lisa shifted from GQ magazine to Esquire magazine in 1997. She worked as an editorial project director there. As a director, she was responsible for the coverage of overall magazine outcomes at the annual award-winning ceremony. She was also active in featuring the cast and production of films and series for the audiences.
After having a good stint in her career, she gained expertise at tapping into the reader's prospect and delivering engaging material. Hintlemann also served as US ambassador and primary contact for the world's largest fashion magazine.
Currently, she is the executive director to the head of the Talent and Entertainment partnership at Audible, Inc.
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