Staten Island Vipers
|Ayanna A. Phillip
Owner, Executive Vice President & COO
Ayanna Phillip is a talented and dedicated entrepreneur. She is now an Administrative Assistant for the Corporate Affairs Department at Chartis, a subsidiary of AIG. Chartis is a world leading property-casualty and general insurance organization serving more than 70 million clients around the world. Ayanna is also an Independent Representative of ACN which is the World’s Largest Direct Seller of Telecommunications and Essential Services for Home and Business. In addition, she is an AVON Rep as well. AVON is the world’s largest direct seller and a leading beauty company, which has more than $10 billion in annual revenue. Its product line includes beauty, fashion and home products, with such well-recognized brand names as Avon Color, ANEW, Skin-So-Soft, Advance Techniques, Avon Naturals and mark. Ayanna also still plays for the Trinidad and Tobago National basketball team and has been representing Trinidad towards their Olympic goal since 2008.
Ayanna is a mother of a beautiful 9 year old daughter, Kiana Brereton. A graduate of Seton Hall University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising Art and Graphic Design, achieved a Web Design Certificate and made the Dean’s List. Ayanna is very versatile and has experience in many fields.
Ayanna was Assistant Coach at Georgian Court University, an all-girl’s college in Lakewood, NJ. As a Pirate she finished in 7th-place on the Seton Hall all-time list with 98 career blocks, Captain of her team, Big East Academic All-Stars 2003-2005 and received the Pirates Female Hustle Award in 2005. In high school, Ayanna was a Member of the National Honor Society. She led St. Peter’s to four straight Staten Island championships and Archdiocesan championships. A three-time Staten Island Advance All-Star. Named MVP of the Jacques Game (Staten Island All-Stars). Also ran track for two years, a member of the 4x100 meter relay team and was borough champion in the long jump. She has also coached & supervised for many years at the Rising Stars Basketball Camp in Staten Island with Ed Watkins.