Ingrid Hutt has an extensive history in Marketing that ranges from her background in Real Estate where she was a Mortgage underwriter for 15years and won Performance awards from Banks and Mortgage Companies in Southern California to her more recent endeavor, The Hutt Group a Marketing, Branding, Community Outreach Company with such prestigious clients as NAACP National Board, The Los Angeles Sentinel, GEM Communications, Brotherhood Crusade, New Connections, Assembly Member Mike Davis, Assembly Member Isadore Hall III , Councilman / Mayor Danny Tabor, Los Angeles County Democratic Party, US Senator Barbara Boxer, CA State Controller John Chung and the list goes on…
She has structured Branding Strategies for some of the Los Angeles’ greatest events including NAACP National Board transition of Power Event, L.A. City opening Ceremonies for Black History Month, Los Angeles Kings Black History Month Celebration, Taste of Soul, Compton Summer Soul Jam, Brotherhood Crusade Annual Dinner, New Connections and CPUC Women in Diversity Awards Dinner, 48th Assembly District Living Legends Awards as well as building Marketing and Advertising Campaigns for the Los Angeles County Recorder’s office “VOTE LA”, L.A. Cities Clean Air- Clear Water, CFSA, California Redistricting, critical outreach to pass the "Durbin Bill" a federal bill that gives credit card fee reduction to businesses and the South Coast Air Quality Control District outreach campaign. Most recently she’s worked on the Prince 2011 tour, 2011 NBA All-Star weekend bash for the NBA retired players association in Los Angeles. In 2012 she worked on the DL Hughley comedy during the 2012 DNC, a night with Grammy Award winner KEM during DNC and Balboa Music Festival. During the 2012 reelection Campaign for President Obama, She received the highest honor of being chosen as a Political Leader Delegate for the state of California who does not hold an elected office. In 2013 she worked on the Eric Garcetti for Los Angeles Mayor Campaign and won by a landslide. In January 2013 she was named President of the Watch Me Win Foundation.
Ingrid was born in Los Angeles and educated at UCLA where she studied Political Science. While attending college she interned for Councilman David Cunningham, where she was exposed to the nuts and bolts of City Hall. After completing her education she worked for Ford USA where she was the liaison for California’s Black Dealership Owners and is proud to say that she convinced Mandela’s Delegation to allow FORD’s Black owned Dealerships in Southern California (a company that didn’t divest in South Africa) to provide the cars for the Motorcade for Nelson Mandela’s first visit to Southern California shortly after the end of Apartheid.
She works tirelessly by giving back to her community by feeding the homeless, feeding the shut in on Thanksgiving morning, serving the children on Easter Saturday and hosting a Toy drive for the past 18 years where she collects over 1000 books and toys for the underserved children in foster care and her community.
In 2002 she was the Political Advisor for the California Realtist where she and a team of African American Real Estate Brokers championed the Predatory Lending Law protecting the minority community from outrageous fees and rates.
She soon became a member of New Frontier Democratic Club. She served two terms as the President of New Frontier Democratic Club the oldest and largest African American Democratic Club in the state. She guided the organization’s 50th Anniversary celebration. She is a member of Brookin’s AME Church. She lives, works and plays in Los Angeles, California.