December 13, 2012
Creating The Freedom You Want in Your Business
Wilmington Convention Center
515 Nutt Street
|ANITA WOODLEY is an Oakland native, San Francisco State Alumna, award-winning actress, journalist, writer, director, improv performer, and visual artist. She is touring the world as the creator/one-woman performer in two productions “Mama Juggs: The Breast Health Show” and “The Men in Me: Our Fathers, Our Brothers, Our Sons…Weaving More Power and Compassion into Their Stories.”Woodley, based in Chapel Hill, NC, is the 2012 Durham Arts Council’s Emerging Artist in Drama.
In 2010 Mama Juggs won the “Best of the Best!” award at the MALI Women’s Film & Performance Arts Conference in Austin, Texas. In 2010 while visiting the Cameroon rainforest, she reunited with her maternal Tikar tribe. Anita became the first African-American descendant since enslavement to return to the bush village, learn their native language and be honored with a traditional naming ceremony.
Formerly she worked as an award winning national journalist/producer for (NPR) Affiliate Station WUNC-FM’s The Story with Dick Gordon and has won numerous prestigious awards from an Emmy with (CNN) News for Exceptional Coverage on September 11th, 2001, the Harry Chapin Foundation for Hunger & Poverty, the National Association of Black Journalists.
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