Co-Producer / The Oprah Winfrey Show
Bridgette joined The Oprah Winfrey Show in August of 2004 as an associate producer. Now as a Co-Producer of the broadcast, she works closely with a team of producers to develop show ideas and creatively execute them into entertaining, informative and enlightening episodes of The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Bridgette studied English and Public Policy at UCLA with aspirations of becoming a trial lawyer. After an internship with a law firm, Bridgette changed her mind and decided to give television a try. She started her career at MTV where she quickly rose from intern to production assistant working on MTV Spring Break Cancun and The Blame Game. From there, Bridgette went on to Twentieth Century Fox, where she produced two courtroom reality series, Divorce Court and Power of Attorney. Prior to joining The Oprah Winfrey Show, Bridgette worked for Sony Pictures Television where she produced Pat Croce: Moving In.
Bridgette is a vegetarian who enjoys baking. (Anything with marshmallow is her specialty.) She also likes to tend to her vegetable garden and spend time with her five dogs: Abracadabra; Princess Leia; Mugsey Malone; Mr. Chips and Chewbacca. Bridgette is an adventure seeker who loves traveling around the world. She surfs, snorkels, kayaks and even skydives. She says that the celebrity who has inspired her to be a confident and independent risk taker is Madonna.