Anne "Annie" began her non-profit career at Morris 2000 (Morris Tomorrow) in 1990 and considers the seven years she spent there an invaluable experience that has served her throughout her career. After many years in the corporate sector, Annie decided to return to her non-profit roots, joining the staff of TransOptions in 2010. Annie's overall experience includes a background in human resources, including staffing management, training and development, project management and event planning.
Annie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Montclair State University.
As a Program Specialist for TransOptions, Annie's responsibilities include providing outreach and education to corporations and the communities of Northwestern NJ regarding the alleviation of congestion and the improvement of air quality through alternative methods of commuting. She also provides safety education to the community regarding pedestrian safety and safe driving, with an emphasis on teen, distracted driving issues and motorcycle safety. Annie is a member of the NJ Safe Teen Driving Coalition and the NJ Motorcycle Task Force.