Anne brings more than 15 years of senior-level communications expertise to her role as Vice President, Marketing Communications at Revolution.
Before joining Revolution, she was Assistant Deputy Minister, Corporate Communications with the Government of New Brunswick, leading a team of close to 50 communications professionals while also serving as chief strategic counsel on all proactive and reactive government communications – and managing all associated human resources, budgeting and operations.
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Prior to her work managing communications for the Province, Anne held senior-level communications positions with the Government of Canada’s Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) in Moncton and in health care with Edmonton’s Capital Health Regional Health Authority and Stollery Children’s Hospital. She started her career with Calder Bateman Communications, a leading advertising, marketing, design, public relations and brand management agency in Edmonton, Alberta.
Anne makes her presence felt as a strong and strategic communicator throughout her community as well. She is a Founding Director and former Chair of 21inc., the former Communications Chair of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Ball, and has managed communications as a volunteer for the Dr. Georges L. Dumont University Hospital Centre's annual Tree of Hope fundraising campaign. In 2004, Anne was named one of NB’s 21 leaders for the 21st century by UNB.
Anne has a Bachelor of Public Relations from Mount Saint Vincent University and is a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society. She lives with her family in Scotchtown, NB. (No, that’s not a Ron Burgundy-ism.)