Two million people: one story at a time


“I’ve got a thing about people stories…

You see, every story is really a people story. For decades I have worked as a newspaper and television news writer and with that comes front row seat privilege to people stories. Those people taught me that within each of us is a comedy, a tragedy, a love story, a passion, a thriving success, a whopping failure, an uncommon strength, a vivid fantasy, life altering moments and even a hope or dream.

Broward People is about yours.


About Me

So why me? I have 30 years’ experience writing for WSVN-7, the Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel, as well as 13 years as a Broward County High School English teacher. I hold a BA in Communications/English from Michigan State University and a masters degree in Journalism from Florida International University. I edit and consult for authors on their books and have a niche expertise in micro-non-fiction.

Community Involvement

To write about Broward People, you have to be one yourself. I have lived and worked in this community since 1974.

My local passions include;

  • Creating the Writers Group for Gilda’s Club South Florida in 2009 and now offering once a month Memoir Writers groups sponsored by the Broward County Library.
  • Interviewing/writing for the Library of Congress Veterans history project by highlighting the veterans who live in Broward.
  • For 11 years, I have been part of a national champion competitive masters swimmer, Swim Fort Lauderdale (SFTL).

In my box o’ ribbons are also National Top Ten awards and a World Recognition award. I am also a TeamUSA Masters Swimming Bronze and Silver medal holder for the 19th Maccabi Games 2013, Netanya, Israel. I am not sure how the swimming is connected to the writing but I know in my heart that it is.

Join us

If you would like to share your local passion with the Broward People Project, or if you would like more information, please contact me at anita@browardpeople.com.