Finn Partners, A Division of Ruder Finn
Managing Partner and Director, Global Issues Communications
Anne Glauber is Managing Partner of Finn Partners, A Division of Ruder Finn. She has extensive experience managing global and national media relations campaigns that build one reputation across regions, yet tailored to local issues and audiences.
Ms. Glauber has more than 20 years experience working with a diverse range of corporations, institutions and government agencies with one common factor: complex issues that present unusual communications challenges. She has developed and managed corporate reputation programs and issues management programs for such clients as, The Gallup Organization, Ford Credit, Liz Claiborne Inc , Asea Brown Boveri in Switzerland, Norsk Hydro in Norway, and Pertamina in Indonesia among many others.
She has worked on communications initiatives for range of United Nations agencies including the largest UN agency, The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and The United Nations Fund for Women, as well as bilateral agencies including USAID,
The Argentinean Investment Corporation, and the Japanese External Trade Organization (JETRO).
She has managed crisis communications programs and public relations on litigation for a range of clients including Norsk Hydro and Pertamina, and was hired by the Government of Ethiopia to handle their crisis communication.
Her non-profit issues clients include a range of environmental, education and womenís organizations, among which are Global Green (President Mikhail Gorbachevís organization), the Earth Charter, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, The Afghan Womenís Summit and UNA-USA. She has been communications counsel to Rockefeller University and the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton. She is currently managing the communications plan for a major Harvard Global Negotiation initiative in the Middle East.
Ms. Glauberís op-ed pieces and byline articles written on behalf of clients have appeared in every major newspaper in the United States, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post as well as the Financial Times and the International Herald Tribune.
In 2002, Ms. Glauber created a new non-profit organization called the Business Council for Peace (Bpeace), an effort that builds businesses for women in regions of conflict and post conflict. She served as its chair for 2 years and for this effort she was recognized by Womenís eNews as one of the 21 leaders for the 21st century in 2004.
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