People are hungry and one good word
is bread for a thousand.
Work that Matters
During her years with Fraynework (1996-2011), Anne held senior management roles: initially as Manager of Education, then Production Manager and for the last five years as Director of Client Services, broadening the client list locally and globally and building the income stream each year until it reached $2 million annually (2011).
Together with a multi-talented team, Anne was involved in the production of most of the multi-media creations, managing the relationships with clients. Anne also contributed as content creator and researcher and often as an interviewer on Fraynework's many video projects.
Among the production highlights of those years were the following award-winning productions:
Since setting up her own consultancy in 2012, Anne has enjoyed further opportunities in planning and delivering successful communications activities for global audiences - for the Sisters of St Joseph 2013 Chapter and for Mercy International Association’s 20th Anniversary celebrations in 2014, and in managing multiple web developments. Anne was engaged by ACRATH as an educational consultant to review the implementation of its educational resource in secondary schools within Victoria and to promote its use more widely.
A particular focus of Anne’s ongoing work is the weekly Mercy eNews, an international publication for Mercy International Association (MIA), which Anne creates along with managing MIA’s website.
On 24 September 2018 the new MIA website was launched. Anne project managed the redevelopment on behalf of MIA, working with Together Digital, a creative and multi-award winning Irish digital agency with experience in a wide range of mid to large-scale projects, for ten months on this redevelopment.
Anne was the Director of Communications for the Mercy International Association's Jubilee Year of Mercy project - the Mercy International Reflection Process (MIRP). This process engaged Sisters of Mercy and partners-in-Mercy (staffs, boards, colleagues, friends... ) throughout 2016 in the 40+ countries where Mercy has a presence, in 'discern[ing] together globally a shared response to the human and other than human cry for Mercy in our world today.'
More about that project can be found here on the MIA website. The next stage of the project will commence soon. Anne is a member of the three person international continuation group with responsibility for the communications portfolio
Anne was the Project Manager for the Mercy International Association VOICES microsite, released on 29 June 2016, working with a small but highly talented and creative team to provide video resources on the environment for Stage Three of the Mercy International Reflection Process. These resources will be of great interest to anyone interested in issues of environmental sustainability and eco-theology.