Executive Producer and Documentary Film Writer for Award Winning “United Front: People’s Convention Memphis 1991”, receiving 2022 San Diego Film Festival “Best Cutting Edge Documentary”, Official Selections from Indie Film Festival 2022, Memphis and recently received “Official Selection” from Indie Film Festival with showing October 23, 2022. Story of “unity movement” that was catalyst to attaining Memphis’ first African American Mayor. We must tell our story, the pain and the glory to learn and live for greater good purpose and promises. – Anniece Robinson, 1997
Gospel Recording Artist, Artesian Records Label, solo Gospel Jazz 12-song CD project. Appreciated for other creative capacities, i.e., play write, production, youth motivational speaker. She has graced the stage with renowned figures such as Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Mississippi Mass, Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan and others.
Co-founder and Associate Producer of the Rainbow Connection Comcast Studios. Noted as Memphis’ public access first and longest running African American show from 1982 to 2016. featuring local and national icons. Arthur Robinson the host has interviewed the likes of the late Isaac Hayes, Muhammad Ali, Ernest Withers Sr., Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael), Steve Harvey, Cedric The Entertainer, Sidney Poitier, Kirk Franklin, President Nelson Mandela, Memphis icons, political figures and ordinary Memphians doing extraordinary things serving their communities.
Valuing good health, current age 64 (not a day over 32) in up & down weight battle having lost 130lbs, she is Executive Director and Founder of UBABY, Inc. (U Be A Better You), a Community Health Promotion Organization promoting mind-body-spirit wellness. Appointment by Governor Haslam Faith Based Initiative as Shelby County Health Ambassador and is a state Certified Wellness Facilitator.
Lemoyne Owen College graduate, Bachelors Business Administration, University of Memphis Graduate Master of Science, Health Promotions, current Doctoral Candidate in Public Policy at Walden University.
FedEx Retiree 20 years Communications Specialist with many highlights, 17 years Adopt-A-School Program, Program Awarded President George Bush Sr. Points of Light, Student Creative Arts Character Development Program. Writer Customer Service Division and “Creative Guru” for Senior Officers, Divisional and Corporate Event Planner
One of four original architects of the African American People’s Convention (AAPC) Memphis, TN. Developed as a city-wide activist consortium to select an African American consensus candidate. It was catalyst to “unity movement” to elect Memphis first African American Mayor.
Fairley High School Alumni Association, Inc. As President of the school’s 1st all Alumni. Developed and implemented 5-year strategic plan to establish and grow the organization, which has expanded in 3-year period from 200 to 600 membership. Providing village support to develop enrichment programs for FHS students.