Anne Smith

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BornDecember 25, 1968
Republic of Panama
  • Writer
  • Activist
  • Social entrepreneur
  • Humanitarian

Anelia Carmila Sutton (born December 25, 1968), known professionally as Anne Smith, is an American writer, activist, social entrepreneur, and humanitarian. Smith became widely known for her advocacy work for which she is recognized as a leader in legal research and law observer. Smith is also a best-selling author who co-authored Performance 360 with Richard Branson. In 2018, Smith started a successful legal study group on social media. Following this success, Smith launched a community website that developed into a significant destination for inspiring people to peaceful advocacy for human rights.

Smith is also a motivational speaker, minister, and independent journalist. Smith was featured in media outlets and web portals including NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox News, Huffington Post, and Forbes. She is the recipient of America’s Premier Experts Award. Smith is a U.S. Navy veteran with an Honorable Discharge.

Early life

Anelia Carmila Sutton was born in the Republic of Panama on December 25, 1968. She is the daughter of Arnold Sutton (deceased), a United States Army veteran, and Rosita Sutton. Smith was raised with four siblings on Army bases located in Kentucky and Gelnhausen, West Germany. Smith was the teenage babysitter of Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. Smith received top grades in school. Smith began her Navy career in 2004. Her ambition was to own her business in real estate.

Personal life

Smith resides in Maryland with her son. Television & Filmography The Montel Williams Show


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