Co-Founder and Chair
Anne Bailey Berman has a broad consulting background focused on using market and organizational information to enhance business decision-making. Through her career, she has used information to support strategies in market and product development, corporate positioning, distribution, and organizational alignment.
As co-founder of Chadwick Martin Bailey, she has consulted in multiple industries including financial services, health care, insurance, publishing, communications, technology, and utilities.
Anne was presented with the Pinnacle Award for Entrepreneurship by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Third Lantern Award by the Old North Foundation for which she has also been designated as a lifetime member. She currently is a Board member of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology which she chairs, the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, and a gubernatorial appointee to the Massachusetts Children’s Trust Fund. She serves on the Board of the Cape Cod Five Savings Bank and on the executive committee of the Cape Cod Five Foundation. She recently stepped down as a commissioner of the Winchester Housing Authority.
In addition Anne is a member of CASRO, the American Marketing Association and ESOMAR, and The International Market Research Association.
Prior to Chadwick Martin Bailey, she was Vice President of Corporate Development for American Cable Systems and served as an instructor at both Boston University’s School of Management and Louisiana State University. Anne has worked in the state governments of both Massachusetts and Louisiana and in television news in Louisiana.
She earned a B.A. and an M.A. from Louisiana State University and her M.B.A. from Boston University’s School of Management. Anne has presented papers at conferences on topics ranging from leading edge segmentation and integrating strategies to product development and innovation.