Anna Carbonell is a well-known public relations professional with 35 years of experience in the entertainment and media business. The executive currently serves as VP Media for the newly installed local chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus. Previously she Vice President, Press & Public Affairs for both WNBC-TV and WNJU Telemundo 47, where she hosted and executive produced “Visiones” the station’s Hispanic affairs program, and produced “Positively Black.” In addition, she was a member of the NBCU Diversity Council, where she advised corporate management. Before that, Carbonell hosted and produced her own Sunday morning talk show “Tiempo” for more than 13 years on WABCTV New York. Named one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the Nation by Hispanic Business Magazine and one of the 50 New York Influential Latinos by the New York Daily News, Carbonell has received numerous industry honors. During the Bloomberg administration, she served on the Latin Media and Entertainment Commission for the City on New York and on the advisory board of the American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba involved in a cultural exchange of artistic talent between the US and Cuba.