What is Living History, LLC?
Living History, LLC (LH), officially established June 2018, is a media production company and digital branding firm that provides public relations consulting services and ongoing support to establish and maintain a transparent flow of communication between an entity and its surrounding public. Our main objective is to build trust and rapport between the buyer and the seller.
LH prides itself on bringing progressive ideas to life. We serve as an “off-site” public relations department, serving all business needs from event planning and development to crisis management and rebranding. We work to produce media content that ventures outside of stereotypical norms and conventional thinking.
Founder & CEO Bio
Born to Caribbean-American parents, Dayna’s family migrated to the United States in search of a better life and a wider range of opportunities. A year after she was born, her parents moved to Queens, NY in December of 1995.
Twelve years of hard work, perseverance and dedication finally granted Clarence and Rose-Marie Lindo with the opportunity to buy a house in Bridgeport, CT. Growing up in the Park City, Dayna attended a private middle school before graduating and moving on to Central Magnet High School in the Fall of 2008.
From 2012 to 2014, Dayna acquired the foundation for her savvy public relations and media production skills at Suffolk University. In 2014, she transferred to the University of New Haven (UNH) and moved back to Bridgeport, blind to the bigger "calling" that awaited her there.
At UNH, Dayna produced her first radio show, Millennial Pride Radio (MPR), and acquired her first internship at BIC Corporation. Her experience in a corporate setting, paired with several other business development opportunities, led her to her first management position just days before Winter graduation.
As Content Manager for American View Productions, Dayna had the pleasure of working with some of the top players in Bridgeport’s economic development industry and was honored to assist her non-profit and for-profit clients with building trust and rapport with their surrounding communities.
Dayna left American View in September 2018 to do emergency missionary work in Jamaica after several hurricanes struck the Caribbean with a string of fatalities. It was there where she discovered her passion and commitment for making a difference in the lives of others. She returned in November and landed a job at the Center for Family Justice, where she worked for several months before deciding to launch her public relations and media firm. From there, the rest is history.