Hi, I’m Anna

Hi, my name is Anna, nice to meet you!

I work with motivated spirits just like yours that want to quit their 9 to 5 jobs and embrace the entrepreneurial adventure.

Do you have a business or an idea you are passionate about but you don’t have the knowledge or time to create the web material and strategy you need?

No worries! I have created a group of like-minded people to help you grow your business online. Everything is about you and what you want to do, I am only here to guide you and support you to make you realise your dreams!

Our group will help you give life to your projects and promote your products or services with beautiful designs. All sorts of projects are welcome to enrich our experience.

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Looking for real change in you life? Want to build a better future?
Start your business now!

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Professional Bio

Kimberly O’Neil is an award-winning professor, executive leader, and social good expert who served as the youngest African-American female city manager in the United States (Glenarden, MD, 2004-2005). As a veteran senior government and nonprofit executive, she has led activities that have generated more than $20 million for community initiatives, negotiated major urban economic development projects, and used her voice to impact public policy decisions while lobbying in New York City and on Capitol Hill.

As an advocate for social good organizations like nonprofits, Kimberly focuses on increasing the overall awareness of their impact on community and economic development. She is the CEO of Giving Blueprint, a company that increases community engagement through neighborhood revitalization, development of strategic partnerships, advocacy, and civic education. Her work has been instrumental in bridging the gap between the needs of cities and counties and the individuals, businesses, and corporations that serve them, including negotiating a 245-acre mixed use development in Woodmore Town Centre in Maryland.

Kimberly serves as an advisory committee member for the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas’ social innovation program GroundFloor, and was appointed by the City of Plano (TX) Mayor and Council to the Community Relations Commission, where she serves as vice chair.

Kimberly also launched and runs Cause Studio, a collaborative nonprofit initiative that provides cost-friendly training and resources to aid the social sector in reducing the number of failing startup nonprofit organizations. Since its beginning in 2015, Kimberly has mentored organizations and helped them raise funds in excess of $1,000,000 through revenue-generating activities. For her efforts, she has been recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as a Minority Business Leader, National Association of Women Business Owners – DFW Chapter as an Entrepreneurial Spirit Mentor, and Plano Magazine in their annual Girl Boss edition. Additionally, Kimberly uses her community and government experiences as a political science professor where she was honored as the Outstanding Associate Faculty of the Year for Collin College (TX), and as one of the Faces of Higher Education by Frisco Style Magazine.

Kimberly is a graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (B.A.), Brooklyn College (M.A.), and the Bernard M. Baruch College Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (M.P.A.). She received her credentials as a Certified Public Manager from The George Washington University. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Social Venture Partners Dallas, and a founding member of HERitage Giving Fund – the first African American giving circle in Texas.