Sheree is the founder and principal of SGE, created in 2004. Sheree’s original company mandate was to represent the underrepresented by focusing on women and diversity.
Before opening the management company, Sheree was a successful television
writer, having broken into the business soon after grad school with a freelance assignment in 1986. Thereafter, Sheree was hired as a staff writer on NBC’s The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, a critical darling,
in which NBC’s then President, Brandon Tarticoff first used the term “dramedy” to describe this cutting-edge half hour television series.
Sheree continued to work on several other shows, including Harry and the Hendersons, Anything But Love, Duet (on the Fox Network’s original lineup along with The Simpsons) and Roseanne.
A native of Los Angeles, Sheree grew up with a passion for writing for television and wrote her first spec for The Mary Tyler Moore Show. She didn’t know any better and sent her script off to the show’s executive producer, James L. Brooks. Mr. Brooks called Sheree about a week later saying he wanted to discuss her script. He was astonished to learn Sheree was only thirteen years old! Mr. Brooks and other MTM writers took Sheree under their collective wing and mentored her throughout high school.
Sheree received her BA from Long Beach State University and her MFA from New York University’s Tisch School Dramatic Writing Program.
Sheree is a proud and long-standing member of the Writer’s Guild of America.
Brittany is a Southern California native and lived in New Orleans while she attended Tulane University. She started working in live music and event production in college and started her career in artist representation at CAA in the music department. She spent a few years working with stand up comedians and joined Sheree Guitar Entertainment in 2017 as a coordinator on a track to become a Literary Manager. She has been tasked with finding staffing opportunities for SGE's roster of television writers.
Jon-Alexander is half Mexican and was raised in Antioch, Illinois, just outside of Chicago and Milwaukee by his Mexican-immigrant mother.
He grew up with a fascination for and television. He spent six years in the United States Army as Military Police while attending Illinois State University where he majored in Creative Writing. His passion for the entertainment industry was realized during his deployment to Guantanamo Bay where he worked detainee operations. He started working as an intern with Park Artists Group and Aperture Entertainment before moving on to Sheree Guitar Entertainment as an Executive Assistant in January 2020
Ann Devaney is a New Jersey native and started working in New York as an
actress & dancer at the age of 12 while attending the Professional Children’s School. After years of soap operas, commercials and small
film roles, Ann moved to Los Angeles to pursue television, she
ironically ended up earning her Equity card working in Los Angeles
Theater and touring with musicals. She won a Best Actress Award in a
short film directed by Moon Unit Zappa at The Methodfest Film Festival.
She taught acting and coached actors for auditions while directing short films and local theater.
Ann opened the Talent Department at Sheree Guitar Entertainment in 2014 continuing her work with actors.