From the time she was 12 years old helping a runaway reunite with her family, entrepreneur Tami Halton Pardee has inspired hope, courage, and purpose to everyone she meets. Her Life Change Warrior Foundation is the culmination of her own life’s journey, applying what she’s learned to create a mentorship program focused on positive change to those who need a fresh start.
To date, her foundation has donated over $1.3 million dollars to local non-profits including the Teen Project, Harvest Home, Homeless Task Force, Safe Place for Youth, Venice Arts, Venice Community Housing Corporation, and West Los Angeles area schools. In recognition of her efforts as both a women business owner and for her charity work, Good Housekeeping Magazine presented Tami with the 2016 Awesome Women Award as well as a nomination for Philanthropist of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Tami has also been recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “The 500 Most Influential People in Los Angeles” and Top “Women-Owned Businesses” (#54 in 2017 and #50 in 2018). Currently, she serves on the board for Santa Monica City College and is a member of the Santa Monica BayYoung President’s Organization (YPO).
Tami is naturally motivated to inspire people to star in the life they love. As owner and principal broker of Halton Pardee + Partners, she brings that to fruition with the 631 5-Star Zillow reviews received by clients. Her sales teams are responsible for selling over $3.6 billion worth of residential and commercial properties since 2005, and she’s on The Hollywood Reporter’s list of Top Realtors for 3 years running (2015-18). The brokerage is consistently featured in The Thousand Real Trends/The Wall Street Journal and is #1 in sales team transactions in Los Angeles, #1 in California, and #3 in the U.S.A.
Tami has served as a panelist and guest speaker at numerous events ranging from life empowerment to real estate. She received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her MBA from Loyola Marymount University. When she’s not empowering others, Tami’s other joy is spending time with her four children and “work family” embracing peace + big love every day.