Anne McLane President

Anne and her husband, Kevin, moved to New Providence in May of 2006.  They have 3 children: Ryan, Luke, and Owen. Anne has volunteered at various NPEF events the last couple of years after hearing about the organization from events and involved friends.  While the whole family enjoys sports (her husband is a coach with the Chiefs organization and her boys play soccer, hockey and lacrosse among others), educational pursuits are her highest priority and the most important aspect of all of their children’s development and future.   Anne believes in the mission of the NPEF–to better our schools in ways that tax dollars cannot, and she intends to have a more integral role in this process.

Anne grew up in Greenwood Village, Colorado and graduated with a BA in Economics from Boston College in 1998.  She was also a member of the Boston College Women’s Soccer team and captain her senior season.  Prior to residing in New Providence and spending time home with her young children, Anne worked and lived in New York and Hoboken.  She was an account manager for Xerox, and then worked for Barnes and Noble in many roles including project development and management, and supply chain management.  Since living in New Providence, she was the freshman and JV girls soccer coach at NPHS from 2006-2009.  She also volunteered abundantly and held leadership roles as vice president of the St. Andrews PTA in 2013-14 and Co-chair of the St. Andrews “Spring Fling” fundraiser both in 2014 and 2015.