Andreina Centlivre is far from traditional. The Michigan native has family roots in both the Motor City and El Salvador. Balancing two different cultures cultivated an objective nature in her curious soul. She built a career in television news to tell stories no one else was telling.
Starting her career at the ABC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana she reported on live television to hundreds of thousands of households. She uncovered unique perspectives at events like the 2015 Papal Visit and the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
The next stop for the television reporter was Louisville Kentucky, where Andreina worked for the NBC affiliate. Andreina was recognized and won awards for her stories covering transportation, city planning, and poverty in the city.
After spending several years chasing news, Andreina moved to New York City to change things up. She currently consults startups and nonprofits on how to tell their stories in a unique and engaging way.
Andreina loves to chat journalism, career pivots, urban planning, and diversity in the workplace. When she isn’t talking you can find her running, walking her dog, or searching for good bourbon (some of that Kentucky stuck).