Anny Havland: mistress of ceremonies

Feb 24, 2015 Uncategorized

by rock5168

ANNAAnny Havland started Talk It Up TV just over 4 years ago to help spread the word about good things going on and to share positive stories. She has impacted the lives of several individuals including recently helping a homeless man get off the streets and surprising him with a fully furnished apartment. She believes that the world is surrounded by too much negativity and through her contributions she is proving that there are good hearts out there.

Anny was voted #1 Best Local TV Personality by the 2014 Best of Western WA awards.

Because negativity in the news wasn’t cutting it anymore, Anny Havland became the Executive Producer and Host of Talk It Up TV; a web show she created that’s all about providing positive messages through random acts of kindness.

Anny originally started Talk It Up TV from her hometown of Bellingham and has since expanded into the Seattle area. Talk It Up TV has worked with multiple charities and featured such topics as human trafficking, autism and homelessness. The show comes out monthly and can be seen at www.TalkItUpTV.com, through their facebook fanpage  or YouTube channel.

It was through Anny’s vision to put a stand against current media to turn it on it’s frontside and demonstrate positivity through a web show.  The show is about random acts of kindness and positive messages. Community involvement is 2nd nature to Anny. She was recently recognized as one of the Professional Women of the Year for her outstanding leadership, strong business development and community involvement. She served as a 2 time President for the Whatcom Women in Business, 4 year Board Member and morning buzz leader for the Whatcom Young Professionals, along with many other committees she has served on. In addition she has helped raised tens of thousands of dollars for non-profits organizations. Anny is nationally recognized for her social media skills and was named twice as a Top 25 Most Socially Connected in her Industry.

 

 

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