Media and Women’s Empowerment Expert
Angela Chee is a media/communication coach and speaker. A former TV news anchor/reporter, she is now on a mission to help others find their voice, master their message and share their vision with the world whether it’s in the media, on camera or in person. She helps people speak up and step into the spotlight—so they can break through their internal barriers and realize they can be and do more than they ever thought possible.
Angela has worked in top TV markets from KCBS/KCAL-TV, and KNBC-TV in Los Angeles to Fox 6 and KNSD in San Diego. She has hosted shows for networks like E! Entertainment, HGTV (Home and Garden Television), Channel One News and helped launch Entertainment Tonight China.
She was also the founder of TheZenMom.com, an inspirational and informative website for moms, and has appeared as an expert on a variety of local and national shows including The Today Show, The List, Right This Minute and more. Angela serves on the Media Advisory Board of the Asian Culture and Media Alliance and is also a WomanSpeak leader for San Diego helping women discover their voices and become more confident, clear and effective speakers.
Born on the East Coast and raised in Southern California, she is a first-generation Chinese American and fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She is a mother of two, a yogi, and healthy foodie, and loves quotes and all things inspirational.
Here are some of the topics I’m passionate about:
Media: From Pitch To Interview-getting more media exposure for you and your brand.
The Media Momentum Method: Using the synergy of traditional and new media to create a powerful message and brand that will shine in the spotlight.
On-camera presence: How to shine on-camera and in life.
Entrepreneurship: My transition from a type A news anchor/reporter to entrepreneur-the journey and lessons learned.
Women’s Empowerment: Breaking thorough barriers and building a legacy.
Work/Life Balance: Juggling motherhood and running a business.
Asian American Issues: Breaking through cultural barriers and stereotypes.
If you’re interested in an interview I’d love to hear more about your blog, podcast, or show.
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