Name: Ann Andrews Morris
Organisation: AndMore Communications, LLC
Country: United States
AndMore Communications, LLC was established in 2006 by Ann Andrews Morris, an award-winning communications executive with more than 20 years of experience in national news media, public relations, and corporate and nonprofit communications. AndMore Communications, LLC possesses a unique blend of expertise in strategic communications gained in the global arena of nonprofit organizations, corporations and the news media. AndMore Communications provides clients with award-winning expertise in strategic communications, public relations, print and web development, media relations, writing, editing, and more. Clients include: CS&A - International Risk and Crisis Management, Children's Hospice & Palliative Care Coalition, Research!America, and Ashoka. Most recently, Ms. Morris was director of communications at Global Rights, the international human rights organization where her responsibilities included media relations, publications, and the organization's website. Before joining Global Rights, Ms. Morris was vice president of external communications for United Way of America, where she led all aspects of external communications efforts for one of the nation's largest nonprofit organizations. Ms. Morris also has been a vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations where she supervised media relations efforts for a major pharmaceutical company within Ogilvy's award- winning Health and Medical Practice. Previously, Ms. Morris was manager of media relations for the national headquarters of the American Red Cross. In that capacity, she helped manage the communication response for dozens of crises including the 1999 Oklahoma tornadoes, the Kosovo crisis, and the earthquake in Turkey. Prior to her work in the nonprofit arena, which also included a four-year stint in public affairs at Share Our Strength, a leading anti-hunger agency, Ms. Morris was a reporter at U.S. News and World Report where she covered international and domestic news, specializing in social issues. Ms. Morris joined U.S. News after having worked for ABC News' "This Week with David Brinkley" for five years where she was on assignment at national political conventions, presidential debates and the Reagan/Gorbachev Summit in Geneva. Ms. Morris has a B.A. in Political Science and English from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.