Ann is a seasoned communications and branding strategist focused on advancing corporate social responsibility and philanthropy. She has led marquee projects for Fortune 500 companies and government entities alike, with a dedication to mission-driven work spanning international assignments in Africa, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as hyper-local projects benefiting greater New York City.
Previously, Ann worked in print and broadcast journalism, reporting from London, New York, Chicago, and Seville. She wrote and took photographs for two award-winning books that tell the story of the Oklahoma City bombing. As a professional photographer, Ann has published images in The Washington Post and National Geographic Adventure.
Ann is an active member of the International Rescue Committee’s GenR (a community of young leaders focused on improving the lives of refugees and families in crisis) and serves as a fellow adviser for Global Health Corps (an organization promoting global health equity around the world). She is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.