Meet Anne the personality and powerhouse behind Mervenne & Company.

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I’m Anne and I feel incredibly blessed to love what I do and the people I serve and work with each and every day.

On any given day, I am either wearing my Mervenne & Company public affairs and advocacy hat for a client, working with the latest class at The Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University to develop more able and politically savvy public sector leaders or spreading my passion for international relations and travel especially to Morocco a country I fell in love with years ago. (Little did I know when I first toured Morocco, I would find myself in the travel business.)

My years in public service including working directly for the Governor of Michigan for 12 years, convinced me that those of us who work in the political and public arena are in the serve the people business and that we all need an advocate in our corner from time to time to solve a problem, right an injustice, prevent an unintended consequence, do the right thing or make the world or our corner of it a better place.

Be kind, for everyone you know is fighting a hard battle.
— Plato

Regardless of the hat I’m wearing, that is what I try to do every day – do the right thing and make the world a better a place for my clients, my leadership students or my fellow travelers to Morocco or in life.

Let me know how Mervenne & Company can serve you.

- Anne

More about Anne...

Anne has been very active on the boards of many organizations and her work has received recognition over the years.

Presently she serves on the board for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan serving as the chair of the Enterprise Risk Management committee. She also serves as the secretary and treasurer of the Detroit Public Safety Foundation, is on the board of trustees for Citizens Research Council of Michigan, sits on the steering committee for the Center for Michigan and is a member of the political action committee for the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce.

In the past, she served on boards for Hope for Huruma, the Michigan Health and Hospital Association, the Habitat for Humanity of Michigan, The Children’s Center, Angel’s Place, Early Childhood Investment Corporation (as an appointee of Governor Jennifer Granholm), Greater Detroit Area Health Council, Michigan Council for the Humanities and WTVS Public Television.

This year Anne received the 2017 Top 10 Michigan Business Women award by the National Association of Women Business Owners. Other honors she has received include Wonder Woman Award, Humanitarian of the Year Awards from the Arab-American and Chaldean Council, and the Council of Islamic Relations, Outstanding Service Award from the Michigan Neighborhood Partnership and she was a Crain’s Detroit Business “40 Under 40” achiever.