Anne joined Breastcancer.org in August, 2007 as an executive assistant. She is responsible for coordinating and managing the president and founder’s calendar, meeting needs, travel arrangements, and managing the relationship with the PR firm coordinating the founder’s PR schedule.
Anne completed studies in accounting and finance at Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. Prior to coming to Breastcancer.org, she worked for Medical Broadcasting Company (now Digitas Health) for 13 years as an accounting manager and later as director of benefits and payroll.
On joining Breastcancer.org, Anne says, “I am thrilled and very proud to be part of such a dedicated and talented team.”
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