Ann Baxter

Volunteer Business Counselor at SCORE Mentors

Ann Baxter has a diverse work experience spanning over several decades. Ann began their career in 1981 as a Public Relations & Training Officer at the National Energy Corporation. From 1984 to 1988, they served as the Training & Public Relations Manager at the Methanol Company of Trinidad & Tobago, where they managed various functions including Corporate Relations, College Intern Program, and financial sponsorships.

In 1997, Ann joined Gannett: Democrat % Chronicle as a Sales Training Manager until 2000. Ann then worked at MeadWestvaco from 2000 to 2002 as the Manager of Sales Systems Development.

From 2002 to 2008, Ann held various roles at LandAmerica Financial Group, including VP of Sales Operations and Learning Consultant. In their VP role, they were responsible for sales force enablement, sales training, new product rollouts, and the design and configuration of a CRM tool. As a Learning Consultant, Ann developed initiatives and activities to create an internal sales culture, deployed sales tools, and implemented a multi-tier training curriculum.

Since 2010, Ann has been the owner of Baxter Consulting LLC, where they provide independent business consulting services specializing in sales leadership and sales operations. Additionally, they have volunteered as a Business Counselor at the Southern Arizona Chapter 689 of SCORE, a national nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and small business success.

Overall, Ann Baxter has a vast range of experience in sales operations, sales training, business consulting, and training and public relations management.

Ann Baxter attended St. Joseph's Convent from 1968 to 1974, but did not earn a degree or study any specific field there. From 1974 to 1978, they attended York University and graduated with a BA Honours in Spanish. In 2001, Ann earned a certification in Senior Professional Human Resources from The Human Resource Certification Institute.

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  • Volunteer Business Counselor

    February, 2010 - present