Anne Kazel-Wilcox has 20+ years of management-level public relations experience with a focus on real estate and financial services sectors. Anne has extensive experience working with the national and regional business press, including serving as a spokesperson for organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to entrepreneurial start-ups. Previously, she managed her own public relations business in Florida, handling some of the largest real estate development and brokerage firms in the state. Her prior experience also includes helping to oversee the corporate and PR subsidiary of Grey Advertising, which at the time was the largest advertising firm in NY. Anne began her career as a real estate investment banker, so she brings exceptional financial acumen to complicated deals and has mastered the art of relaying complicated issues in a lively, comprehensible manner.
Anne has written extensively on military and intelligence-related topics. She co-authored, West Point ’41: The Class That Went To War and Shaped America, a book written in conjunction with seven U.S. Army generals. The book follows the West Point class of 1941 through three wars—WWII, Korea and Vietnam—as well as through the Cold War and periods of peacetime military innovation. On the lighter side, she has written over 100 travel features that have appeared in national publications such as the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, Robb Report, and more.
Anne holds a business degree from New York University.