You know those mornings you wake up and wonder, “why am I doing the same day over again?” You know you have so much to offer, but without direction you just feel stuck.
I HATED that feeling – as passionate women with huge hearts, it’s discouraging to search for direction.
A few years ago I left my successful career as a TV news anchor to go after my dreams. I’m here to give you the tools to Look Good, Feel Good, and Do Good to discover your true path with other awesome women like you.
I am a TV host, content producer, wife, dog mom, lover of donuts, dance parties, genuine connections, confetti, and much more that I’ll share with you.
You can read more of my backstory below… and most importantly, know that I am here to help you stop feeling discouraged and start finding your true direction, with content that helps you be you: looking good, feeling good, and doing good!
Mia Fleming is an award-winning television personality and the founder of Mia Fleming Media.
After completing her TV career as a news anchor, reporter and show host to create her own content, she knew she wanted to help other women. Mia launched the Hello Good Life! with Mia brand to provide curated content and products for a healthy, mindful lifestyle. She hosts TV segments airing throughout the US to highlight impactful people and products, and she also encourages women to reach their goals with the support of the online community she manages.
“Although I loved and I am truly thankful for my TV news experience…several years ago, I left my successful career as a TV news anchor and reporter because I wanted to ‘Be the change I wanted to see in the world.’ I wanted to do more than tell inspiring stories once in a while. I wanted to tell stories and share news every day that would change lives for the better!”
Mia has more than 12 years of experience writing, producing and working on-air in TV news. Mia worked at FOX23 News in Tulsa, Oklahoma for nearly 10 years. After 2 years as a writer, producer and assignment editor at FOX23 News, Mia worked her way up to reporter, then anchor and eventually show host.
While at FOX 23 News, she pitched an idea for her own show, and less than a year later, “Tulsa Talks,” a community affairs program, became a reality. Through “Tulsa Talks” she started campaigns such as the “Fill the Plate” Hunger Awareness Challenge which feed more than 2,300 families each year for three consecutive years.
As an anchor, reporter and show host, she covered some of the Nation’s most historic events, such as the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the historic 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama. Mia has also interviewed some of the Nation’s biggest celebrities, including Carrie Underwood, Kim Kardashian, Steve Harvey, Dwayne Wade, Steven Tyler. Mia has appeared live on the Wendy Williams show, and for 5 years, she covered the American Idol finales live from Los Angeles.
Mia has always felt a connection to helping those in need, and has worked with countless non- profit organizations. As the co-founder of the MVP (Most Valuable People) Foundation, she has helped raise over $250,000 for programs for inner-city kids.
Mia has helped raise much needed awareness and, in some cases, funds for a myriad of organizations close to her heart, such as the Mental Health Association, H.O.P.E (benefiting HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C awareness, prevention and education), the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, the Tulsa Dream Center, the Make a Wish Foundation, and the MS Society, to name a few.
Mia’s ability to connect with people, no matter who they are or where they are, has helped win her several journalism awards, including five Oklahoma Salute to Excellence Awards, the 2011 National Association of Black Journalists -Oklahoma Chapter “Journalist of the Year” award, and countless community recognitions and honors.