Anne doesn’t talk at people, she moves through solutions with them, inspiring a-ha moments that change lives. Anne captures hearts and minds while she engages with the audience. Her humor, authenticity, and research-based content make her an audience favorite. And her story is one that will leave you excited about embracing your own life with courage and resilience so that you too can triumph and be STRONG ENOUGH.
Anne has a master’s degree in organizational communication, and for 20 years, she has helped audiences of all sizes around the world find their courage, build resilience, and lead through influence.
Anne is a two-time TEDx speaker, and her work has been featured on news outlets across the country – online, in print, and out loud – including Inc. Magazine, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, CNN, FOX Business, ESPN Radio NYC, Entrepreneur Magazine, and more.
Anne is the best-selling author of two books – 52 Strategies for Life, Love & Work: Transforming your life one week at a time and Strong Enough: Choosing courage, resilience, and triumph.
Anne has inspired and empowered audiences across multiple industries and at all levels of the organization. She has worked with educators, sales teams, healthcare, hospitality, software, insurance, engineering, IT, and associations – just to name a few. (Ask her about the time she worked with coal miners to improve communication and safety! But the bankers…don’t ask about the bankers).
Thanks to the breadth of Anne’s expertise and life experience, her insights speak to all kinds of people in all kinds of circumstances.
Every audience has a unique situation – which is why Anne’s sessions are frequently customized. She can tailor her presentations to work with any industry, format, or audience size.
Anne has endured her share of adversity. Watch her most recent TEDx speech, and you will see why Anne’s story will resonate with your attendees.
As she overcame these challenges, Anne developed tactics for making the small, sustainable changes that transformed her life – and she can help you do the same.
Anne gives back. A portion of all book proceeds benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). In addition to her volunteer work with NAMI, Anne and her team donate their time, energy and resources to other causes including For The Children, GENAustin, CASA of Travis County.
She’s pretty much just a normal, nice person (Okay, maybe not so normal).