DINA RUTH ANDREWS launched
her professional career in the entertainment industry in 1978 with a five-year stint at Dick Griffey Productions/Solar Records
as Publishing Administrator, Production Manager, Administrative A&R Director and International Liaison. In 1982 Ms. Andrews
was introduced to musicians James Harris III and Terry Lewis, where she took on the responsibility of Personal Manager and
assisted the pair in laying the foundation of Flyte Tyme Productions-now a multi-million dollar business for the award-winning
songwriting/producing duo known as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
In 1985, Dina shifted her focus
to television by working under the wings of Motown Productions' Suzanne de Passé. By February of 1992, recording artist
Pebbles approached Andrews to take on the role of General Manager for P.T. Entertainment, which managed and produced LaFace
Records' #1 artist, TLC. Andrews also took on additional projects - working on the "Hammer" tour as the liaison
between legal and business affairs. Under Dina Andrews Management, Inc., Andrews built a solid clientele that has included
Derek Bramble, Dallas Austin, Alton "Wokie" Stewart, and Alvin Speights.
In 1994, Andrews felt God was calling
her to a greater work. The vision resulted in Knew Beginnings Entertainment, a full service Entertainment Company housing
intellectual properties of music, film, TV, books, and training for executives and artists that desire to spread positive
uplifting messages to the world.
Andrews is currently working on a feature
film entitled "Confidence or Love?", based on one chapter of her life and two books. One, which is an accompaniment
to the film and a book about the music industry, entitled "The Foundation (A Practical Look Inside the Music Business)".
Dina Andrews was recently honored - becoming
one of America's African-American History Makers by The History Makers (TheHistoryMakers.com), a non-profit organization that
recognizes African-American History Makers in all disciplines of life.