Model Ebony McKinney Takes On High Fashion & High Tech | DFW Style Daily

We all lead hectic lives, but some among us could teach a multi-tasking master class. Welcome to Face Time. DFW Style Daily’s exclusive series goes beyond the runways to get to know top Dallas models on a personal level. Today, we’ll meet one very busy lady who boasts both brains and beauty.

After setting a solid foundation in software engineering, Ebony McKinney pursued her lifelong dream of modeling. She now toggles between two thriving careers, while maintaining motherhood as the most important job of all. We had to ask: How does she do it?

Read on for Ebony’s words of wisdom, multi-tasking tips, and the high-powered hobby that helps her keep her cool.

Name: Ebony McKinney

Hometown: Dallas, Texas

Agency: The Clutts Agency

Notable Clients: Nordstrom, RSC Show Productions, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Good Morning Texas, JCPenney, American Airlines, Kaufman Franco, KMS California, Wella Hair Color, Six Flags, Domino’s Pizza, Esé Azenabor, Nerium Skin Care.

Changing gears, you mentioned earlier that you have a career focus outside the field of modeling. Tell us about your work as a software engineer.


“I have a degree in Computer Science from the University of Oklahoma. I am currently a software test engineer for an awesome marketing and tech company in Highland Park. I’ve worked for IBM, Ebay, PayPal, Gamestop Corporation, and Intuit in the past. I enjoy the tech industry because it gives me the opportunity to exercise the analytical part of my brain. I get a lot of satisfaction from it, and it allows me to provide a good living for my children.”

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