Anthea is an award-winning communication professional with experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors. 

Anthea managed communication for London tech company, led knowledge translation and online publishing at Ivey Business School’s Network for Business Sustainability, managed donor, media and government relations at Western’s Robarts Research Institute, and led product marketing for software company Dimensions Retail Systems

As an independent consultant, Anthea worked with companies across Canada and the US. She developed crisis communication plans, Corporate Social Responsibility strategies, and employee engagement plans that built brand, measured impact and supported business goals.

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Certifications & Awards

  • Certified Strategic Communication Management Professional (SCMP), GCCC

  • 2013 Virtuoso Award of Excellence (Publications), IABC London 

  • 2007 Virtuoso Award of Merit (Special Events), IABC London                       

  • 2005 Virtuoso Award of Excellence (Internal Communication), IABC London


Anthea has been an invited speaker at local, regional and international engagements. She has delivered talks to industry and professional associations and is frequently a guest lecturer for marketing and communication courses. Select speaking engagements include:

  • Southwestern HR Group, London, ON

  • IABC World Conference, San Francisco

  • IABC London, London, ON

  • Sustainable Waterloo Region, Waterloo, ON

  • Western Continuing Studies, London, ON

Post-Graduate Teaching

Anthea loves fostering the next generation of communicators. She has designed, evaluated and taught communication courses in the following post-graduate programs:

Volunteering in the Community

Anthea believes strongly in giving back to the community. Select volunteer roles include:


  • MA, English, Western University

  • Hons BA, English Language & Literature with distinction, Western University

  • Certificate, Ivey Management Development Program, Ivey Business School

  • Certificate, Corporate Communications, Fanshawe College

Personal Philosophy

  • It’s important to be precise with your word.

  • You can have fun and still be professional.

  • Trust is the fastest route to results. When you trust people and treat them with respect, they reward you with dedication and creativity.