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Featured on Netflix's Instant Dream Home, award-winning journalist and public servant Anaré V. Holmes builds and strengthens community. His work amplifies intersectionality and the voices of human resilience.
Focus areas include: Media Studies, Emergency Management, Cultural Competency, LGBTQ Affairs, Wellness & Equity.
Metro Atlanta firefighter and writer Anaré Holmes tells the story of rewriting his career and using his voice as an entrepreneur to empower marginalized communities as seen in GoDaddy's Icons of Atlanta digital branding effort.
Anaré Holmes is on a mission to make a difference for the LGBTQ community. As a metro Atlanta firefighter, Holmes is working to increase visibility and retention of LGBTQ and minority first responders. Video by Skyler Reid for NBC Out's #Pride30 List of innovators, change makers and rising stars who are making the community proud.
As an African-American in the Deep South, award-winning journalist, LGBT activist and self-described humanitarian, Anaré Holmes is changing the game and challenging how people envision firefighters. He’s out to prove that “everybody can be great because everybody can serve. And anybody can be a hero.”
Be prepared and ready for the realistic events that can disrupt life at any time. From power outages and inclement weather to natural disasters and health pandemics, empower you and your families to make it through any crisis.
From politics and pop culture to exploring questions of ultimate meaning and consequence, Anare's press+Release! is birthed from successfully navigating challenges & change, like living through COVID-19 in the midst of a shifting economy.
Hear Anare & other purpose-driven people pivot, press forward & release!
We all have something inside of us to make the world a little better. Discover Anaré's passion projects centered on education, affordable housing, workforce development, mental health and wellness.
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