hALLE deneen..the model, influencer, empowerer, and body positivity activist

Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Halle began her modeling career when she was in the 8th grade. At the time, she viewed modeling as a hobby that she truly enjoyed. By the age of 18, Halle Deneen signed with Dorothy Combs Models. As a freshman at Howard University at the time, Halle balanced maintaining a 3.8 GPA while traveling back and forth from Washington, D.C. to New York for photoshoots and campaigns. In a 3 year span from becoming a signed model, Halle completed over 10 National Campaigns with clients such as Ashley Stewart and Monif C Plus Sizes. Halle’s clientele includes but is not limited to LaLa Anthony Collection, Ashley Stewart, Fashion To Figure, Maree Pour Toi, Citi Trends and more. Halle has also been featured in many reputable magazines such as Elle Magazine, Marie Claire Magazine, Vogue Magazine, Plus Model Magazine, and more.

Halle’s became a business owner at the age of 22. Her brand, To Be A Model, seeks to uplift and empower women of all shapes and sizes. Halle gives back by pouring into models seeking to excel their career through workshops and one on one sessions. Throughout these sessions, models not only learn more about the modeling industry and what it takes To Be A Model; but, they also learn about the importance of self-love and knowing your worth. So far, Halle has held modeling classes in Baltimore, MD, Washington, DC, and Chicago, IL. Halle seeks to continue to increase her impact and influence by offering her classes in different cities and states.

Halle has a newfound love for public speaking and tv hosting. In 2016, Halle interviews live with Mac Wilds for the BET Experience as a Denny’s x Tom Joyner Foundation Scholar. Halle discussed her community service initiative of donating care packages to a children’s homeless shelter with the help of her mother. Halle returned to the BET Experience in 2017 to interview with celebrity 2chainz and Thomas Joyner Jr. as they discussed being a first generation college student that has graduated from a HBCU. Her live interviewing skills strengthen as she graced the red carpet and interviewed live at the 48th NAACP Image awards with Terrance J. Halle has delivered speeches to individuals in the DMV as well as at HBCU’s such as her Alma Mater and Jackson State University.