| Anne Newman serves as the Director of Communications and Policy for Trinity
Anne has vast experience in the political and policy arenas While working for a
non-profit legal organization, she served as education policy advisor for its
Parental Rights Council and as the director of communication and policy. She
has provided training on how to influence public policy and legislation, how to
testify before legislative bodies, speak in churches, and how to hold press
conferences and handle media interviews.
Anne is an author and speaker on legislative and public policy issues. She has
served as education director for a Texas State Board of Education member. As
the director of the Texas Family Research Center for six years, she has
researched issues and published The Notebook Series, a series of reports on
public policy and legislation.
Anne's publications include Healthy Sex Education in Your School: A Parent's
Manual published by Focus on the Family and High School Health Textbooks:
Hazardous to Your Children's Health; and, a report on textbooks submitted to
the Texas State Board of Education for state adoption.. She has served as
writer/editor for two statewide monthly publications, The Texas Political Report
and The Lone Star Report, the Texas insert for Citizen Magazine.
Anne has been a featured guest on national radio programs, including "Truth That
Transforms," Focus on the Family's "Family News in Focus," "Radio Live" with
Phyllis Schlafly, and "Point of View." She has been a guest on radio programs
across Texas, and she was co-host of the "Capitol Report," a weekly program on
KLSR radio in San Antonio during the 1995 Texas Legislative session. As a
political consultant and a writer, Anne has developed campaign materials and
written radio ads, commentary and press releases. Her speaking experience
includes legislative hearings, state and local conferences and grassroots
As a political consultant and a writer, Anne has developed campaign materials
and written radio ads, commentary, and press releases. Her speaking experience
includes legislative hearings, state and local conferences, church and community
groups. Anne believes that women speaking out about how abortion has hurt
them is changing the way America views abortion. Anne lives in San Antonio,
TX with her husband. They have two grown sons and four grandchildren.
In 1986 Anne established a parent’s organization to promote parental rights in
education. She served as president of the group for three and one half years.
During this time, the group was successful in getting the local school board to
adopt an abstinence based sex education policy.
Anne has two grown children and lives with her husband in San Antonio.