is an expert in the art of effective communication. Her techniques can be experienced first hand via award-winning novels, courses, TV shows, series and documentaries, national columns, social media, and grassroots campaigns. She has designed a system based on the science of connection through story, and put it to the test in the most audience-minded arenas of our time: writing, producing, and training for such renowned media outlets as Vogue, HBO, NPR, NBC, CNN, Univision, Telemundo, MGM, the United Nations, Santillana USA, Spain’s Grupo Prisa, and Simon and Schuster, among others.
And it's a list Anjanette has all but exhausted, honing her communication-through-story skills in almost every media field: as a television network producer, as a screenwriter, and as an award-winning novelist with several international and national awards to her name (The Heartbreak Pill and La píldora del mal amor – Atria Books). The rights to her novels have been sold in over 14 countries, and she has written and produced dramatic and comedic series (Madres en la lejanía, Univision) (Great in Bed, HBO), and multimedia national campaigns for some of the biggest companies in entertainment today.
Born into severe emotional turmoil and financial poverty, Anjanette credits stories with all her successes. Reading as a child saved her. Speaking as an adult allowed her to achieve her dreams.
She holds an undergraduate degree in Mass Communications from the University of Puerto Rico, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Florida International University, both achieved with honors. She regularly speaks on the art of communication and enjoys teaching at the Florida Literary Arts Center, an arm of the world-renowned Miami Book Fair. She lives in Miami with her husband and mini daschund, Chloe. Her favorite quote is Winston Churchill’s “When you’re going through hell; keep going.”
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