Anne Saunders Fabry has over 20 years of government, political and private-sector experience. She has represented client interests before the U.S. Congress, executive branch agencies and federal regulators. Drawing on her strong member-level relationships on both sides of the aisle, Anne has implemented federal political and legislative strategies for private companies in the technology, defense, education, energy, transportation, banking and financial services industries, as well as for international and local governments, start-ups and nonprofit organizations. In addition to successfully advancing policy agendas, she has years of experience helping clients identify and secure federal appropriations, authorizations, grants and project success.
Anne's government and political experience began working for the Democratic National Committee and in the office of Senator Joseph I. Lieberman assisting with high-priority constituent projects and correspondence while functioning as political liaison to organizations such as the Democratic Leadership Council for the Chief of Staff. While serving as Project and Administrative coordinator for the Progressive Policy Institute, she organized and managed its publications schedule, from editing through release, including the influential "Building The Bridge: 10 Big Ideas to Transform America", as well as assisting with the management of significant PPI events, such as the Third Way Policy Conference at Airlie.
Anne continues her long relationship with the moderate pro-business democratic community as a long-time supporter of the House of Representatives New Democrat Coalition and The Blue Dogs, as well as the Senate Mod Squad. Ms. Fabry also continues to encourage, elect and support women members of congress as a member of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s Women's Senate Network, as a longtime supporter of the DCCC Women Lead project, the Jenkins Hill Society, and as Board Director of Running Start and Chair of the Emeritus Board of the Women Under Forty Political Action Committee, a bipartisan organization encouraging young women to run for the United States Congress.
Additional Board Memberships
Member, Executive Board, Fair Girls (anti-trafficking organization).
Member, Board of Trustees, Mount Vernon National Advisory Council.
Past president, Women's Congressional Golf Association, and co-founder of WCGA's "On the Forefront" golf tournament, with proceeds benefitting The First Tee of Washington, D.C. , which helps children learn life skills and core values through golf.
Co-Host, "Jobs and Coffee" post-election orientation for Congressional staff members.