Celebrating Women's History Month with Guilty Goose Productions

Women's History Month is an annual month-long celebration that highlights the contributions of women in over the course of history and within contemporary society.  It is celebrated during March in the United States and corresponds with International Women's Day which is celebrated every March 8th!

In honor of Women's History Month, Guilty Goose Productions will be highlighting a woman in business throughout March. To kick things off, we're showcasing the women of Guilty Goose Productions, which has been woman owned and operated since 2016. 

 Maggie Gala, Digital Marketing Manager

Maggie Gala, Digital Marketing Manager

Who are you?

I'm Maggie Gala, Digital Marketing Manager at Guilty Goose Productions. About a year ago, I moved to Fort Worth, TX, by way of New York City. I was in search of a change of pace, and even though it’s been such a short time, it’s been life changing!!

What brought you to Guilty Goose Productions?

I was drawn to GGP by seeing what Annie was doing, who her clients were, and truthfully, being a bit envious of her drive. I needed to be a part of it.

What do you love to do?

The openness of Texas has brought out a love of gardening in me that I didn't know I even possessed. Albeit, the majority of my plants thrive on neglect.

What did you want to be when you were a kid?

When I was a kid, I wanted to be an Architect. I loved the controlled mess (if you ask my mother, it was just a mess) that is design work - 90% planning, 10% design - and all of it comes together perfectly in the end.

What is your favorite thing about being a grown up?

Being able to decide what I want for dinner.

If you could tell your former-self something what would it be?

Your life is too fragile to have to settle for anything that's not done with kindness or purpose.


 Jenny Pachucki, Digital Strategist

Jenny Pachucki, Digital Strategist

Who are you?

I'm Jenny! I'm a Digital Strategist with GGP. I'm originally from a beautiful one-horse town nestled in California's Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, but now I live in Gowanus. I get culture shock when I go back and forth.

What brought you to Guilty Goose Productions?

A mutual friend introduced me to Annie at a time I was looking for a career change -- we met at Rosa Mexicano and two margaritas later we knew we wanted to work together. My dad started his own business and I have an innate passion for small businesses. I love that now I am a part of a small business that supports other small businesses--it's one of those full circle satisfaction things.

What do you love to do?

I'm a story junkie -- I love reading/listening/watching/writing about the path of human connections. I'm also really into museums, old Volkswagens, and bargain shopping.

What did you want to be when you were a kid?

Jessica Fletcher.

What is your favorite thing about being a grown up?

Those opportunities when I get to view life through a kid's eyes and remember the pure joy of being a kid. And related, no one monitors my ice cream intake

If you could tell your former-self something what would it be?

There is absolutely no reason to spend your time being in a place, a job, or with a person that makes you miserable. Take some risks and find something better.


 Annie Gala, Owner of Guilty Goose Productions

Annie Gala, Owner of Guilty Goose Productions

Who are you?

I’m Annie Gala, owner of Guilty Goose Productions. I like to sing responses to questions, type in ALL CAPS to express excitement, and I know a lot about sharks!

Why did you start Guilty Goose Productions?

I started Guilty Goose Productions because I like to help people -- and focusing on small businesses allows me to do that in a very meaningful way. To market well, you have to really know the product and the people and story behind it. That’s best achieved through thoughtful conversation and a willingness to trust each other on a human level. The more we trust each other, the more cool things we can do together -- and we do a lot of cool stuff here at Guilty Goose.

What do you love to do?

I love to make sandwiches and share them with my dog, Batsy.

What did you want to be when you were a kid?

When I was in fifth grade I wanted to play in the NBA (not WBNA). I've never played basketball.

What is your favorite thing about being a grown up?

Cursing with reckless abandonment.

If you could tell your former-self something what would it be?

Life is so short, you have one. Just be kind and be happy.

Annie Gala