National Television, Radio and Voice Talent CBS
For 18 consecutive years, Ramona DeBreaux has been a top-rated syndicated radio personality. Since her early days at Hot 97.5 and now as an on-air personality for CBS afﬁliate V-103 in Atlanta, her outspokeness and bubbly personality quickly commanded a massive fan base.
After ﬁnishing her studies in English literature and sports media journalism at Springﬁeld College Massachusetts, she relocated to Atlanta around 1996 and was offered a job in radio. She has since used her amazing voice to become a national voice talent heard daily on ﬁve major television networks. You may recognize her announcements from the Soul Train Awards to the Superbowl of Gospel broadcast. She is also noted for voice work, including national work for Pizza Hut, Bailey’s Irish Cream, Burger King, and Athena Bottled Water. She also serves on Centric TV as a local correspondent for LeToya Luckett’s new weekly show, “CultureList.”
“I am humbled because I feel like we are all powerful in our own right. God has blessed me with unique talents and abilities that I will ultimately use to be a blessing to others. When you are a woman aware of your authenticity, you have more of an impact because of your natural ability to empathetically tune into others and feed them, [and] nurture what they need,” DeBreaux says.
DeBreaux treasures all the opportunities she have been blessed with and never takes any of them for granted. Witnessing the success of other women in her community gave her the drive to keep going and pursue what she desired.
Nearly two decades later, DeBreaux is able to fulﬁll her God-given purpose. “Learn everything and love every step of the journey. Know that you belong there, too,” she says.