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Anne McMahon

Assistant to the President for Communications

Anne McMahon was appointed Assistant to the President for Communications in 2009. In her role, she is responsible for writing correspondence, announcements and messages from the President for internal and external audiences; editing publications from the Office of the President; drafting talking points and remarks for the president’s public addresses. She fields inquiries and concerns presented to the Office of the President and coordinates responses. She manages operations of the President's Office and supports the Chief of Staff, the President’s Cabinet, and the Board of Trustees. Prior to her appointment in the Office of the President, she served as University Archivist at Santa Clara (1996-2009). She holds a master’s degree in Pastoral Ministries from Santa Clara University, a master’s degree in History from George Mason University, and a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University. Originally from the Philadelphia area, she and her husband have three adult children.