Writer | Designer | Graphic Designer | Website Designer | Entrepreneur | Author
I'm Anna Clarice!
I'm the founder, author, writer, creator, owner, CEO -- whatever you want to call it, I'm the lady behind Future Boss Lady Co. I love sunshine, wine, and helping young women achieve their dreams by giving them the resources to do so.
At 18-years-old I dove face first into the wedding industry, wanting to be the woman behind-the-scenes helping brides and grooms with one of the most incredible days of their lives.
Anyone could have guessed that the girl planning everyone’s birthday parties, and stashing wedding magazines under her bed was going to want to plan weddings someday.
Then with years of experience and my nose being smashed against the grindstone, I discovered that while I loved weddings, pretty dresses, and decorations, I loved serving more. When I say that, I mean that I loved how it felt to help someone find the gown that they loved, or see their face light up when they saw their decorated venue for the first time. I loved meeting with people and talking to them about their vision and dreams, then doing everything I could to make that a reality.
I found that my passion was far beyond a wedding, or just one day of a person’s life.
So I decided that I wanted to serve women, because I am very much a, “girl’s girl”, in helping them achieve their goals in their careers, relationships, and lives. Of which, I do so through writing, designing, planning, and finding any way to get them the information they need.
What I do:
I serve young women who are in the pursuit of success and a life that they love. I serve them by creating downloadable guides, recording podcasts, and writing blog posts to help aid them in the journey to building the foundation for their most successful selves.
I found through experience, research, and observation, people in their late teens and early 20’s struggle with finding materials that are relevant to their needs and obstacles. Therefore, I have made it a point to create that relevant content for the woman who is just starting out, whether that be in helping her apartment hunt, or learn how to study, create a resume, or how to navigate networking, I’m here to be her support and give her the materials she needs to be successful.
Most days you can find me at the bridal shop that I currently work at, since that has been my main source on income for the past four years. I started selling wedding dresses at 19-years-old, and have since figured out the balance of being a professional sales woman, and creating an authentic and emotional experience for the bride. Trust me, I am no sales person, I’m shy, awkward, and not a smooth talker, but what I am good at, is creating a connection and developing a relationship. I also love serving people, helping find something that THEY actually want, and making them feel happy and comfortable -- which has worked pretty well for me so far.
I’m mostly known for being the hostess and the planner amongst my friends and family. I love planning parties, mixing cocktails, decorating, and working behind-the-scenes. Making me pretty much a professional bridesmaid, which is a good thing, considering that designing, organizing, and executing ideas is something that comes very natural to me. I’ve always been the kind of person that would rather serve than receive, and to be the one throwing the event rather an attending it.
People often refer to me as the most ambitious person they know, and the nicest. Which is a funny combo, because I’m a girl with big dream and goals, but I don’t have a “cut throat” bone in my body. I find so much joy in seeing other succeed, that most people would likely see this as my demise in the business world. I just can’t be secretive, be money-centered, or use others to climb the ladder. Which is why I decided that becoming an entrepreneur would be the most beneficial and safest route for my personality. That way I can achieve my dreams and goals through the success of other people, and helping them get there.
I love serving the world by being helpful. I don’t want to be someone that wants something from everyone. I want to be the person that is giving and fueling others, not depleting them.
As a writer, my work has been featured in Women on Topp online magazine, Arizona Weddings Magazine, Arizona’s Finest Wedding Magazine, Mariee Bridal in Scottsdale, and Brilliant Bridal. I also did social media work for the NFL during the 2015 Super Bowl.
When I’m not busy working on
Future Boss Lady, you can catch me:
At the kickboxing gym, doing yoga, or hiking. I love fitness and staying strong.
Spending time with my niece and nephew, being an aunt is my all-time favorite job description.
Hanging at Postinos, because I don’t like clubs, and red wine and charcuterie boards are life.
At a coffee shop writing, lattes are a basic food group for me.
Watching (sobbing to) This is Us.
Mindlessly walking around Target or TJ Maxx. Yes, I consider that a hobby.
Where I’m from:
My fiancé and I are both originally from a small town called Cottonwood, Arizona and our family lives all over the state including: Cottonwood, Pinetop, Phoenix, and Tucson.
My fiancé and I now live in an apartment in Phoenix, Arizona and we commute to Scottsdale and Chandler for work.
We travel to South Dakota once or twice a year to visit my extended family. Both sides of my family lives there.
We both have dreams of moving out of the city to raise our children.
If you’re dying to hear more, here are five things you might not know about me:
1. I was a gymnast for 10 years, and left when I was 18 due to a fractured spine.
2. I am engaged to the only man I have ever dated, we have now been together for six years.
3. I travel to South Dakota every year for Pheasant Hunting Opening Weekend, as my entire family gets together for an annual reunion. I have traveled there twice a year for nearly my entire life.
4. I drink hot coffee every single day, (preferably a non-fat latte with one packet of raw sugar and cinnamon on top), even in the Arizona summer.
5. If I could meet and hangout with anyone in the world, it would be Jenna Kutcher. I’m shamelessly obsessed and I listen to, “Goal Digger” pretty much every day.
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