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Anne C. Crews
Mary Kay Inc.
Vice President Government Relations

Since 1997, Anne Crews has served as Vice President, Government Relations, Mary Kay Inc. Her responsibilities include analyzing federal, state(s), and local legislation and regulations and political trends to access their impact on corporate operations, the Mary Kay Independent sales force and employees affiliated with Mary Kay Inc. Anne lobbies to propose, oppose or amend pertinent legislation and develops working relationships with other companies, business and trade associations in order to form coalitions that foster corporate interest. She is responsible for such activities related to Mary Kay operations throughout the Americas.

She reviews and helps determine Mary Kay corporate product and financial contribution requests. Anne serves on the Board of Directors, The Mary Kay Foundation.

Anne joined Mary Kay Inc. in 1983 as Coordinator, Public Affairs. She previously served as Press Assistant to Texas Governor Bill Clements during his first administration, following her work as a television news reporter/anchor at KMID-TV in Midland, Texas. Anne earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rollins College.

She represents Mary Kay Inc. as President, Board of Directors, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, and is Mary Kay Inc. liaison, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence.

She was appointed and served two terms on the National Advisory Committee, Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.

Anne serves on the Rollins College Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Anne is a member, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, a Sustaining member, Junior League of Dallas, Inc., and a 1985 Leadership Texas program participant. She serves on the Turtle Creek Association (Dallas) Board of Directors, and on the Advisory Council, Dallas One-Stop Optimized Reentry System (DOORS). She also serves on the National Advisory Board, CancerForward.

In 2006, Anne was named one of “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” by Women’s eNews, for advocacy against domestic violence. Anne was a 2007 North Star Award Recipient, presented by Henry S. Miller Interests, Inc./Dallas Highland Park Village.

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