Who is Mary Anne Marsh? Mary Anne Marsh is principal at Dewey Square Group in Boston and a nationally recognized political analyst who provides strategic advice to Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, and political campaigns. Mary Anne is an experienced communicator and designs and implements unique PR and crisis communication strategies for her clients. Quantitative and political analysis is used to define the debate and deliver the most effective message to enable each customer to succeed.
Prior to joining Dewey Square Group, Mary Anne was Senior Vice President of Integrated Services at FH/GPC, a Boston-based company. Throughout her career, she has advised grassroots national organizations on their public policy campaigns and has served in senior roles in the campaigns of Senator John Kerry, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, and Massachusetts State Treasurer Shannon O’Brien, as well as as a staffer for Kerry. She also led the first and most successful coordinated campaign for the Massachusetts Democratic Party. Mary Anne is a Democratic political analyst on FOX News Channel, WCVB Channel 5, WBZ-AM, BBC and Radio New Zealand. It also provides commentary and analysis for national and local media, including The Boston Globe, The New York Times, the Washington Post, Politico, AP, the Times of London and USA Today. As a senior political analyst at WCVB Channel 5, Mary Anne was part of two Emmy Award-winning shows for reporting on Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s funeral in 2009 and political coverage of the 2014 election. Boston Magazine named her one of the 50 most powerful women in Boston. Mary Anne received an honorary doctorate in law from Wheaton College in 2014.
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