Anne Shaw Heinrich joins the ISP with more than thirty years of experience in marketing, communications and development. Most recently, she served as vice president of development for Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri, leading the agency’s communications and fundraising efforts. She has partnered as a communications leader for a number of nonprofit organizations and corporations, including The Oasis Institute, City Academy, Fontbonne University, Edward Jones, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Reliv International and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Anne’s career began as a reporter and lifestyle editor for the Hinsdale Doings Newspapers in suburban Chicago, where she had the opportunity to interview opera great Beverly Sills, movie critic Gene Siskel, folk singer Judy Collins and movie legend Debbie Reynolds. A former columnist, Anne’s essays have been published in the Marlo Thomas New York Times Bestseller The Right Words at the Right Time Volume 2: Your Turn (Atria Books/Simon and Schuster 2008) and Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book: 101 Stories of Courage, Support and Love (2011).
Committed to work that challenges barriers to equitable living and learning, Anne is personally passionate about mental health advocacy.
Anne received her bachelor’s degree from Eureka College.