Anna wants to live in a world where joy is passed around like table salt. Wouldn’t that be revolutionary and just pure FUN? Her personal manifesto is centered around a love of learning; a trait that serves her well in her marketing role where innovation is king in this digital age where the social platforms and content strategies are always changing.
Supporting the direction and production of the firm’s marketing initiatives, Anna works to ensure all business endeavors and social media outreach remain consistent with company values and our mission to make a difference in the lives of the families and individuals we serve.
One of her favorite parts of the job is the community involvement and being able to develop business partnerships along with new initiatives to help support the needs of current and past clients. It brings her great joy knowing that through her marketing efforts of cultivating conversations with clients and our community, that she is able to help empower and educate people who are seeking legal education or resolution with a family law issue and are in need of our services.
Anna obtained her B.A. from Notre Dame de Namur University, graduating Summa Cum Laude from the NDNU School of Education & Leadership Intensive Studies Program. Additionally, she has an A.A. in Journalism with an emphasis on marketing and media. She is always working to make certain that every message we put out there is in service of our client’s best interests. With a strong background in hospitality and customer service, she carries the belief that the best part of any business should be how it seeks to develop and nurture relationships with its clients and team. She always appreciates when there’s an opportunity for us to add a personal touch and build positive connections within our community.
A San Francisco Bay Area native, she lives in Oakley with her husband and son. When she’s not on the job or chasing after her toddler, you’ll find her challenging her personal best on the treadmill or attempting to work her way through the endless lists of “someday” projects she’s managed to round up on Pinterest.