Meet Tammy Grabel

Seth Grabel’s Managing Partner, SG Productions LLC

Tammy-GrabelTammy Grabel, a driven businesswoman and Las Vegas native since 1978, is passionate about her publication: Las Vegas Woman Magazine. Her mother came to Las Vegas as a refugee from Vietnam and Grabel states, “it’s important that I give back to Las Vegas, a city that has given my family so much opportunity. One of the best ways I can contribute to making our community a better place is through Las Vegas Woman Magazine.”

As owner of Las Vegas Woman Magazine, she makes it a priority that above all else, it serves the community. To date, the magazine has featured over 1,000 local women.

From her astounding professional accomplishments, she has been named “Woman to Watch.” Grabel is a passionate professional speaker. She talks to large groups and makes TV appearances on topics from business development to personal encouragement.

A survivor of domestic violence, Grabel also speaks of her experience of becoming empowered to leave an abusive marriage and start her company and life over from nothing. Grabel encourages both women and men that they are capable of going from zero to hero at any stage of their lives.

Her business savvy mind has been valuable in supporting her husband’s business, SG Productions, in which she is managing partner. Her husband, Seth Grabel, is a celebrity magic illusionist and has been featured on several reality shows including Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker” and as a finalist on “America’s Got Talent.”

As managing partner, Tammy Grabel has doubled Seth Grabel’s career in less than one year, including a recent sold-­”out show of 500+ at a Las Vegas casino property.

Tammy and Seth Grabel are seen as the “Power-­”Couple” in business. Grabel supports a number of local charities. Currently, she is an officer on the Board-­”of-­”Directors for New Vista, an organization that empowers the disabled community.

Also, she is a member of the United Way’s Tocqueville Society, Women’s Leadership Council and Young Philanthropists Society. A former UNLV rebel herself, she is a Platinum Member of the UNLV Foundation.

For the last 3 years, Grabel has been involved with American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women, as heart disease is the #1 killer in women.

Grabel is all about pushing the envelope and living her life to the fullest in both her career and personal life. Millions saw her as she was married to Seth Grabel at the 2014 Grammys. Queen Latifah performed the historical ceremony during a Macklemore song with Madonna. The ceremony was seen by 27 million viewers and was the largest message for marriage equality in history.

In less than a year, the newlyweds have traveled the world to places such as Korea, Granada Islands and Mexico. This year they plan to visit Vietnam and Chili.

The Washington Post states, “these two make an interesting couple.” Grabel states,

I look at life as an adventure so why not live it to the fullest? It is my hope that my story of overcoming challenges and persistence will inspire others.