Senior Director, Content
Lee-Anne is an award-winning journalist who's worked in Washington, D.C., Ottawa and Toronto covering everything from the political ascent of Barack Obama during her years as White House correspondent to the fatal 2014 shooting on Canada's Parliament Hill.
She's also a media consultant who's written speeches, op-eds, blog posts and analyses for clients ranging from former ambassadors and cabinet ministers to corporate lobbyists, human rights activists and criminal defence lawyers aiming to become thought leaders in their areas of expertise.
Lee-Anne spent many years at The Canadian Press, Canada's national multi-platform news agency, in a variety of senior reporting and leadership roles. Lee-Anne's also been an integral part of the success of The Conversation Canada, an online academic news publication and one of the country's most successful media startups, where she has worked as politics and business editor since its launch.
Lee-Anne holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Ryerson University in Toronto, where she was born and raised.