February 25th, 2019 Last Updated on: January 19th, 2022
Kimber Acosta has recently released her newest book Break Through!
She is Turtle Mountain Chippewa and Cree, and the following statement describes both her work in media and her newest book!
Author, world renown photographer, producer and news anchor, Kimber Acosta’s new book, “Break Through featuring Kimber Acosta,” consists of inspiring stories by global authorities including co-authors Johnny Wimbrey (Best selling author, international speaker, life coach and television personality); Les Brown (Top global motivational speaker, best selling author and philanthropist); and Nik Halik (#1 best selling author “The 5 Day Weekend” and “The Thrillionaire”). There are times in our lives when forces collide to produce life-changing events. Twenty-two authors from around the world have come together to share their inspirational stories. These breakthrough experiences will give insight and wisdom that will inspire you to greatness.
In this emotionally written compilation of stories, you’ll get an inside look into the lives of each author as they inspire you with their stories of how they broke through. Kimber’s story is one of triumph of overcoming childhood generational abandonment while facing her biggest fear and creating a self-taught career that has been focused on lifting people up in Indian Country by continuing to shed a light on those she felt were left in the dark.
“This book is about breakthrough in every way possible. Kimber’s story without question will not just change lives, but it will empower lives. I promise you…you get this book…you learn her story and you will be inspired. I’m so honored to be in her book.” – Johnny Wimbrey
Kimber brings a multicultural approach to her unique worldview; her ethnic background is a mixture of Ojibwe from the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, Cree First Nations, French and German.
She has interviewed and photographed Presidents, Tribal Chairmen, Grammy winners, CMT winners, Emmy winners, Nammy winners, PGA golfers and Indy race car drivers. She has covered award shows, tribes, water walkers, pipelines, Indian gaming, murder trials and personal interest stories across Indian Country.
As a published author, motivational speaker, producer, director, news anchor, entertainment host, editor, advertising director, journalist, photographer, solutions authority and online guru, Kimber has been setting trends while expanding her career titles and gaining accolades for three decades.
She has organized national events across Indian Country, has been a past judge of the Miss Indian World contest at the Gathering of Nations, been a segment producer and photographer for the Native American Music Awards, has sat on non-profit boards like Waadookodaading Ojibwe Immersion Charter School (past President) and Wise Women Gathering Place (past board member) among many others and has been the commencement speaker at a tribal college.
Her work has been featured & published online and in magazines, newspapers, books, tour booklets, newsletters, brochures, music videos, and albums around the world. Pieces of her work are also hung in museums across the country. Kimber has been the anchor of the “Native News Update” since 2009 and the host of “RezStyle” since 2008. Both her shows can be found on News From Indian Country, IndianCountryTV, Indian Country Today, across all social media platforms like Facebook, InstaTV and YouTube plus all Podcast platforms including iTunes and Google Play.
Some of Kimber’s current projects include being an associate producer on “Wassaja” – an FNX original hosted by Mark Trahant and a documentary on the Ojibwe treaties. Kimber is available for book signings, speaking engagements, tribal/business consulting and coaching, event photography and video production.
“Break Through featuring Kimber Acosta”
Wimbrey Training Systems
Available through KimberAcosta.net, Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
For more information or to interview Kimber Acosta call 715-492-5236 or email [email protected]
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