Anne Coulter Tobey joined the board of APR in June of 2008 and is currently Chair of the Nominating Committee. Anne was vice president and professional outplacement consultant for a Chicago-based firm before founding Coulter Consulting Group in 1989. The firm provides "inplacement" service to companies in the process of realigning talented employees and hiring for new positions. Currently, she works primarily with individuals who use her career assessment process to advance their careers.
In addition, Anne has more than 10 years of experience in the financial services industry where she held a succession of posts at Harris Bank Chicago.
Anne's community interests include art, education, literature, and social services. She is currently on the board or active with committees at the University of Chicago Women's Board, Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Fortnightly Society of Chicago. In Aspen, she and her husband are engaged in supporting Aspen Public Radio, the Aspen Community Foundation, the Pre-Collegiate Program, English in Action, and the Aspen Institute.
She and her husband Bill reside in Old Snowmass and Chicago. Between them, they have four children and eight grandchildren. Anne is a native of Golf, Illinois and a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.