Anne earned her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She was a top-ranked member of UC Hastings' Negotiation Team and placed nationally and internationally in advocacy competitions. She was also on the staff of the Hastings Business Law Journal. While in law school, Anne worked as a law clerk for The Capital Group Companies in The American Funds' legal and compliance department in Los Angeles, and served the San Francisco County Superior Court as a Volunteer Mediator and as a Judicial Extern to the Probate Department. Prior to joining GIFFORD, DEARING & ABERNATHY, LLP, Anne clerked in the International Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) headquarters in Paris, France, where her work focused on transnational commercial arbitration cases.
Prior to attending law school, Anne worked in the global investment management industry for The Capital Group Companies. She completed the firm's prestigious two-year management training program, The Associates' Program (TAP), performing rotations that included investment research, marketing and human resources at a variety of U.S. and European office locations. She went on to handle communications for Capital Guardian Trust Company's private wealth department.
Anne earned an M.A. in English and American Literatures and a B.A. in English and French Literatures, both from Stanford University.
Anne is a Los Angeles-area native and a fifth-generation Californian. She is a graduate of Clairbourn School, in San Gabriel, and Polytechnic School, in Pasadena. She now lives in San Gabriel with her husband.
Her memberships include:
Fiduciary Roundtable of the San Gabriel Valley (Board Member)
Stanford Professional Women of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Estate Planning Council
Richard Riordan Volunteer Leadership & Development Program (graduate)