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educator , speaker , voiceover artist

Valerie Ann Amina Yarborough, American voiceover artist, educator, speaker. Federal Communications Commission 3rd Class Radio Operator Certified. Named Outstanding Student, American University Chapter National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1978.


Yarborough, Valerie Ann Amina was born on July 24, 1956 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Baxter Austin Shirley and Virginia Dare (Dunston) Yarborough.


Bachelor in Communications and Bachelor in Sociology, The American University, 1978.


Radio announcer WUST, WYCB Religious Radio, Washington, 1979-1985. Public service director WGIV Radio, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1980-1981. Vocalist, executive director Nuptial Notes, Washington, since 1985.

Public relations director Atiya Performing Arts, Inc., Suitland, Maryland, 1989-1992. Senior admissions officer Fort Washington (Maryland) Medical Center, 1991-1996. Owner, voiceover artist Televoyce Systems, Washington, 1991-1996.

Special events coordinator Brandywine Chesapeake Housing Corporation. Public relations technician The Diabetes Prevention Program, since 1997. Public relations director Brandywine Chesapeake Housing Corporation.


  • Federal Communications Commission 3rd Class Radio Operator Certified.


  • Other Work

    • Editor, voiceover artist (Civil Defense recording) God Reigns, 1996. Vocalist Live in Washington by the Canton Spirituals.


Mentor Greater Southeast School to Work Program. Member Scleroderma Foundation. Founder The Scleroderma Support Circuit.

Member Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Actors with Disabilities, Martin Luther King Junior Organization (ward 8 stakeholders conference), Wordwrights Toastmsters.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, writing, community service.


Baxter Austin Shirley Yarborough

Virginia Dare (Dunston) Yarborough