Hannah Andrusky is a talk show host, stylist, businesswoman, author, mom, daughter, sister and friend. She has a passion for people and their stories, and a God given gift for connecting with people from all walks of life.
Hannah is an advocate for positive and spiritual change, which is the focus for her new show, Hannah Talks. Noted for her compassionate but candid style, Hannah promotes beauty that radiates from the inside out.
Born in Ben Lomond, California, Hannah later moved to Hamilton, Montana. She became a mother at 18, married and then divorced nine years later. She moved to San Diego with her son, whom she adoringly regards as her inspiration, where her personality and stylist skills brought new friends and a thriving career. Yet, her experience of single motherhood had left an indelible empathy for other people’s challenges.
A successful stylist for 18 years, Hannah worked with clients in Montana, LA, Las Vegas, San Diego, New York and Miami, including celebrities. It was on this ‘stage’ that she honed her interview style and was encouraged to pursue a media career. Soon Hannah was co-hosting Sanctuary of Style, a style and fashion blog, where her positivity, humor and pragmatism proved hugely popular.
In 2011 a serious car accident sidelined Hannah’s career and confidence leaving her with long-term medical complications. Drawing on her faith and family support she threw herself into her work on Miami’s Watch 305, then later with Press Pass where she interviewed sports stars in their personal spaces. This in-depth behind-the-scenes approach struck her as her calling.
When God gives you the gift to gab, use it!
Looking back, Hannah believes her accident was a blessing that led her to rediscover her passion for uncovering people’s ‘real’ stories. Now, through Hannah Talk she helps everyone find their voice, strength and inner beauty.
As she lived with a invisible disability she had more empathy for others who suffered silently. Through her struggles she wrote the book “Living the Invisible Disability” to help others through their journey.
With that same passion if helping others she joined forced with the Invisible Disabilities Association as an ambassador. She believes in her core together we can help one by one…but wants to help the masses!
Hannah currently resides in Los Angeles CA. with her son Jordan.