- Public Figure
- Award-Winning International Performing Artist
- Serial Entrepreneur
Affectionately called "Princess" Anisa, she has been the lead singer for the award-winning Supertones (USA's Most Toured International Chutney Soca Band) since 1999. She is also the owner/manager of the popular Pop/Rock band, Latitude28.
Anisa is most popular today for her hit single, "Tek Sunita (Nadia's Reply)", which won "Video of the Year" at the 2011 West Indian Music Awards. She has also taken home the trophy for “Female Performer of the Year” at the 2013 West Indian Music Awards. She was also a Finalist at the 18th Annual DeLand Original Music Festival in 2 categories: "Song of the Year" (for her latest release, "Warrior"), and "Most Unique Style". Her music has taken her all over the US, Canada, Guyana, Holland, London, Suriname, and Spain.
Singing Pop, Dance, Rock, HipHop, Freestyle, Soca, Reggae, and everything in between (even Spanish and Portuguese), her versatility has enabled her to sing with many top bands and artists in the Caribbean music industry. She crossed over into the mainstream Pop arena with "Warrior" as her first installment released in August 2018, which is a song about breaking out of an abusive relationship. This is a topic that she is very much involved with, having been through it herself. She then authored and published a book based on that experience with the hopes that it could help others who have been in or just came out of similar situations. Her book, "Scarred Wings Still Fly", is available on Amazon.com in Paperback, Kindle and Audible versions.
All the while, she has taken her education seriously, obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology and Master's coursework in Mental Health Counseling. She is also a Certified Life & Business Coach.
Having a soft spot in her heart for children, she frequently volunteers and donates to many children's charities and orphanages around the world, and stresses the importance of education and positivism everywhere she goes. She is an active Global Citizen (www.GlobalCitizen.org) a Marquis Who's Who Inductee, and the founder of the Amaya Children's Foundation. In 2020, she became an Ambassador of Arts and Empowerment for the Global Indian Series where she advocates against Domestic Violence, and is a founding member of the Global Indian Studios.
On top of being a songwriter, performer, and author, she is a full-time wife and mom while she runs multiple businesses. In her spare time, she loves to travel and runs a travel blog for herself, as well as her daughter's travel vlog.