About the Founders

About the Founders
Glitter Lemonade is a non-religious, non-political, not-for-profit entity, which does not align itself with any special interests.

Halle Madia represents actors in New York City for television, film, commercials, theater, music and animation. She’s recognized in the entertainment industry for cultivating the careers of up and coming artists, with an emphasis on developing young talent, and has collaborated on teams launching rising stars such as Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook, The Hunger Games,) Academy Award nominee Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine,) Kristen Bell (Frozen, House of Lies) and Hayden Panetierre (Nashville, Heroes.) Throughout the years, her clients have starred in national network commercials, feature films and Broadway productions and have lent their voices to Dora the Explorer, Diego, The Backyardigans and both leads in Nickelodeon’s hit animated series, Team Umizoomi. 

Now the mother of two, Halle’s priority is still developing kids, but not just in show business. In lieu of a traditional art class, Glitter Lemonade was created for her daughters Ruby and Esme as a means to practice the art of giving; her mission is to nurture socially aware and responsible young women, with compassionate inner spirits. A Talent Agent, raising independent Agents of Change.

Co-Founders Ruby and Esme Madia (ages 9 and 8 respectively) reside in Princeton Junction with an imaginary French Bulldog they are fostering through LuLu's Rescue. Ruby attends Millstone River, Esme attends Maurice Hawk Elementary and both are honorary board members of The Glitter Lemonade Club at Princeton Junior School. Obsessed with chocolate, peanut butter, rainbow sherbet and anything wildly sour, the Madia sisters can often be found championing Glitter Lemonade's mission at birthday parties, fundraisers, street fairs and school functions. 

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