Anna Lucente Sterling is a journalist, producer and on-camera host who is as comfortable reporting live from a studio as she is in the field.
Anna’s on-the-ground reporting has brought her to places around the world. She’s covered topics as wide-ranging as access to abortion and addiction in Asian American communities.
Her videos and written work can be found in outlets like HuffPost, VICE, NBC News, The Ringer, Los Angeles Times, and more. Her interactive mini-doc on abortion access was nominated for an EPPY in the Best Innovation Category.
Anna knows how to make viral videos for social media platforms. She has covered everything from explainers on money, politics, identity to panels on pop culture to news—even live television events with presidential candidates. Plus, she’s created audience development strategies for when the videos are published. From conception to delivery, Anna has taken lead roles in the production process.
Anna has moderated panel discussions with newsmakers, politicians and celebrities for organizations like Politicon. She’s spoken at conferences about her work and has appeared on national and international news programs like Sirius XM and The Monocle providing political commentary and analysis.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
Prisoners Unlearn The Toxic Masculinity That Led To Their Incarceration (Huffington Post)
The Untold Story of the Man Who Sang ‘I Got 5 on It’ (The Ringer)