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Anissa Centers

Keynote Speaker

The Successful You - ‘Nurturing the Whole Woman so the Professional Woman can Thrive’

Ambitious women regularly invest in professional development and training to expand their businesses and perfect their skills. What they often don’t realize is that it is equally, if not more important, to invest in their relationship with themselves to develop the life skills necessary for them to consistently succeed and enjoy their success. 


Years ago Anissa Centers hit what she calls functional rock-bottom while at the height of her professional career as an award-winning television news anchor. After that, she fully committed herself to creating the life she knew she deserved. Now, she shares with other women how they can gain the confidence necessary to live life on their terms and reap the rewards, professionally and personally.

Anissa Centers is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist whose work has been seen by millions around the world. She has interviewed presidents and first ladies, senators and world renowned entertainers while working at television stations in Texas, Georgia and Alabama.  She made a name for herself covering nearly every hurricane and tropical storm to hit the Alabama Gulf Coast region from 1996 through 2007, including Hurricane Katrina. Her work during Katrina convinced the Alabama Associated Press to name her the Best News Anchor in the state, an award she often won. During one period of time, she won that award 3 years in a row.


As the creator of the TALK TO WIN SUCCESS SYSTEM  Anissa uses her 20+ years as a communications coach, motivational speaker, and television broadcaster to teach clients how to consistently communicate confidently so they can get more of what they want out of life.  She's a speaker who shares smart and sassy insight that delivers noticeable results.


Anissa delivers the news nightly for East Texans on KLTV. Prior to moving back home to Texas, Anissa was a news anchor at WSB-TV, the #1 station in Atlanta, Georgia, where she also reported for CNN.

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