Anne Fulwood made her mark as one of Australian television's best-known and most respected journalists. Now she operates her own media consultancy company and is one of Australia’s most sought-after corporate hosts and facilitators.
She established herself on the Channel 10 Late News and finished a long career of network news presentation on Channel 7, before making her corporate switch. During that time she became well known and respected as a corporate, government and charity MC, and is now focusing much more on that realm. Anne has an enviable list of connections across business, politics, the arts, sport and the media, and is an engaging and entertaining speaker. Her credentials as a corporate host and MC speak for themselves: hosting major events on behalf of the Prime Minister, Federal and State government ministers, as well as a big role with Telstra and other major corporate entities. Her interest in the arts is widely acknowledged – she serves on the Board of Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and is a keen supporter of Opera Australia
Anne has a keen interest a wide range of issues, including foreign affairs and business consumer/competition issues, and has worked with numerous leading business identities and CEOs during her extensive career. From a rural family, she has a strong interest in primary industry, conservation and the environment, particularly the River Murray and maintaining the health of our water resources for future generations.
Anne is an enthusiastic collector and supporter of Australian contemporary art, retains her passion for news and current affairs and popular culture, and believes very strongly in the trend towards business/corporate and community partnerships.
She’s also trying to lower the golf handicap!
She has previously served on the Council for Australian Honours, the Film and Literature Board of Review, the National Film and Sound Archive (ScreenSound Australia) and the Luna Park Reserve Trust, and has recently been appointed to the board of ‘The Eye Foundation’, a research funding initiative within the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
Anne’s great strength is her ability to engage with people, her outstanding professionalism and warmth of presentation, and her broad range of interests. In the business of communications, she’s one of the best!