Dr. Frankie has specialized in working with the LGBT community, and specifically with couples and individuals with relational difficulties. After nine years of clinical experience Dr. Frankie sought a less formal and more dynamic setting to apply her talents. She followed her passion of connecting people and bringing happiness to their lives by becoming a professional matchmaker. Dr. Frankie launched Little Gay Book and quickly became the premiere lesbian matchmaker and bisexual matchmaker in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York and Hawaii. Dr. Frankie helps wonderful women find through through matchmaking and hosting speed dating events in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Marina Garza is a business owner and social planner has a natural ability to connect with others. She plays an active roll in the Bay Area Lesbian community as a local musician and DJ. She assists in party and event planning and has a passion for bringing people together. When not working as a recruiting associate for Little Gay Book, Marina manages and runs “TagTeam Analysis” a music tagging service for music publishing companies.
Social Coach, Author, and Speaker Rachel Estelle believes the most important step in your success is how you interact with people. Dating and Relationships are no exception, finding that connection with someone depends on how well you’re able to communicate your hopes, dreams, and desires. Rachel brings more than twenty years of experience with professional social interaction. She has had a diverse career path that has been motivated by her fascination for human behavior and social interaction. Through her company SocialMixology101, Rachel coaches entrepreneurs and other professionals who want to increase their self-confidence in social situations. As a recruiter for littlegaybook she looks forward to finding those who are willing to embrace new experiences, and meet vibrant people. Whether it’s improving your dating etiquette, starting new conversations with ease, or networking shyness, every situation is an opportunity to improve your social skills.
Having produced film and television for the past 15 years, Alexis knows how to bring people together and make things happen. Focusing on producing media that makes brands stronger or puts them on the map for the first time, she is passionate about telling stories that captivate an audience. Fortunately for us, that audience has often been the queer community. She has lived in New York, LA and the Bay Area and is considered a bit of a Kevin Bacon in terms of her degrees of separation to pretty much anyone between the ages of 24 and 60. Alexis is always thinking about how to bring Little Gay Book matchmaking to a wider group of people and loves meeting with potential business partners and clients.