Anne Glauber is an award-winning public relations executive. Her cause marketing campaigns for Liz Claiborne, Macy’s and her work with the UN have won every award in the PR industry. She started the Global Issues Communications group at Ruder Finn where she focuses on fostering social change through meaningful corporate social responsibility programs, advocacy initiatives and creative public, private, nonprofit partnerships. Her clients have included many UN organizations such as UN Women, United Nations Development Program, and United Nations Environment Program, corporations such as Gallup, Liz Claiborne, Inc., Ford, foundations such as the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Pearson Foundation and nonprofits such as Global Green, where she worked directly with founder MIkhail Gorbachev. She founded the Business Council for Peace in 2002, where she served as its chair for two years and was named a 21 Leader for the 21st Century by Womens eNEws.
Her op-eds on behalf of clients have appeared in every major daily paper in the country, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today and many others. She has published chapters in books including Growing up Female, by Willa Shalit and New Forms of Giving and Philanthropy by Dr. Susan Raymond.