Jason Williamson partners with Bella Management on Diversity and Inclusion.
Jason Williamson Management (“JWM”) has partnered with Bella Management (“Bella”) as Bella’s Diversity and Inclusion representative. Under the partnership, JWM will work closely with Bella to explore and collaborate on opportunities for Bella’s roster of models, influencers and commercial talent. Together JWM and Bella will continue to break down barriers and advocate for people from diverse backgrounds, including Transgender model and actress Daniielle Alexis.
Daniielle’s modelling career and her breakout role on the Australian hit Foxtel drama Wentworth have shot her into the limelight giving her the chance to fulfil two of her dreams – being her true self and becoming an actress.
As the first transgender Curve model to be signed by a modelling agency in Australia (Bella Management) and the first trans representative for an Australian automotive company as a Friend of Holden, Daniielle is blazing a trail for trans people in the public sphere.
Daniielle is proud to be a role model for transgender people and for diversity. The overwhelming support she has received shows that, while Australia has a long way to go to change their attitude and laws to be an inclusive place for transgender people, we are slowly becoming more accepting.
Founded in 2002 BELLA has been at the forefront of the changing face of fashion by introducing the industry to a more holistic and healthy approach to model representation. At BELLA they care about and manage each model, artist and client as an individual with goals that are unique. Client’s include Robyn Lawley, Hayley Hasselhoff, Stefania Ferrario and Tara Lynn and Allan Dixon.