Mira Advani Honeycutt
Mrs. Mira Advani Honeycutt, a naturalized citizen of the Unites States, grew up in Delhi and Mumbai, but has spent most of her life in Los Angeles. She recently relocated to Paso Robles with her writer husband Kirk Honeycutt. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics from Delhi University’s Lady Irwin College.
Mrs. Honeycutt operated her Beverly Hills P.R. firm for ten years and later switched to journalism where she published articles in The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times, Sommelier India Wine Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, India Abroad, Paso Robles Daily News and many other publications. She currently serves as the chairperson for Los Angeles-Mumbai Sister City Affiliation and served on the committee of Asia Society of Southern California. She has been an event producer, is an author and curator of wine related publications in Central Coast of California. In the latter capacity she got involved with PACE Universal helping the organization do its first successful Bollywood Night fundraiser event – held in Paso Robles held – in 2017. Since then she has become an active member of our Board and is a member of PACE’s Marketing Sub-Committee where she is the Chair of Special Events.