Anna Garleff is a Senior Communications Specialist with Ph.D. in proficio, and over twenty years of international experience in the design and implementation of corporate organizational psychology.
Many years ago, she worked as editor of a local newspaper; years later, she was researching, writing and delivering curriculum for universities and organizations across Europe. Her classes in the epistemologies and methodologies of science formed a core component of interdisciplinary training for both undergrad, postgrad and doctoral students.
Recent work has included Chief Strategist for Wolfe and Associates, focusing on ghost writing for the Big Four professional services firms, film and video work, and strategic communications planning and implementation.
Able to connect effectively with diverse groups of stakeholders, Anna has written for, to, or on behalf of audiences from all backgrounds and walks of life. Her clients have included Siemens, Volkswagen, Philips, The European Union and others.
Currently, Anna has done some major organizational effectiveness work with the Oldman Watershed Council. Her work has encompassed branding and marketing, film and interviewing, focus group facilitation, staff training and strategic planning. She reaches beyond the parameters of research, writing and facilitation to make lasting connections to the community around watershed issues.
Anna works with government, municipalities, scientists and technical experts to translate their work into key messaging for the public in order to change behavior. Social license and environmental issues are important topics for many sectors at this time. Anna is able to help teams distill core messaging, make it relevant to target groups, and start game-changing conversations.
While working in Europe, Anna is a member in good standing with the British Psychological Society and the Bund Deutscher Psychologen; she is a certified consultant for Keirsey and Meyers-Briggs personality assessment; and a certified Focal Point Coach and a Coach with the Mount Royal University Conflict Resolution program.