Teresa B. Howell

by Terry Watson | July 21st, 2020
Teresa B. Howell

Teresa B. Howell

Teresa B. Howell is a writer, publisher, producer, recording artist, teacher, mother, and friend. is an exceptional children’s director that has two Master Degrees in education and leadership. She has received numerous awards and accolades in her profession, dedicated to mentoring and teaching students within the school system.

Teresa is the owner and founder of Teresa B. Productions, and Walking In Victory International. “With my production company, I have produced five books. Three of the books are titled, That Church Life. It’s a trilogy that tells a story about a generational preacher dealing with the issue of domestic violence within the church. Another book, Delayed but not Denied, is a story about hidden relationships and soul ties. The Positive Vibes book is a 30 day affirmation and prayer book,” she shares.

Aside from books, Teresa has written a play called, That Church Life, that gives a depiction of the books in a 90 minute overview. “Each show was sold out. As a result of that, I decided to start filming a series for it. We are now in the process of filming and recording music for an upcoming Youtube series and movie,” Teresa says. There is also a Facebook live show, Amplified Exposure, that airs weekly and showcases Teresa talking to people in the filming, music, and movie production industry.

Teresa started singing and writing at an early age. She started her professional writing journey in 2015. “I was a late bloomer, however both of my talents were known to many early on in my life. I always had a spark that needed to be lit. I was told my destiny and calling was in the arts but never pursued it until 2016. The hold up in the entire process was me because I didnt have the courage to step out and do half of the things I am doing now. It wasn’t until my mother died that I finally realized it was time to move. God has blessed me with so much, and to sit on it and not pursue my dreams just didnt make any sense,” she says.

Owning a production company has some perks and Teresa likes many of them. “I enjoy having artist freedom. I dont have anyone holding anything over my head. My expectations are my own and I can do it how I want it to be done,” she shared.

In the future, Teresa hopes that she will be able to do what she does fulltime. “I plan to partner with a production company and screenwriter to get all my material out there for the world to see. We are off to a great start and I truly believe that in spite of the Covid 19 pandemic, this is my season,” she says.

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