Massachusetts author Anne Driscoll’s career has been, at once, both maverick and serendipitous. While a social worker, she counseled juvenile delinquent girls, listening to their stories of pain and challenge. She discovered the power of stories to heal, connect, provide insight and hope and then decided she not only wanted to hear stories, she wanted to share them. She soon pursued her love of writing and telling stories and began her work as a journalist.

Anne Driscoll. Author, Speaker, Journalist

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Anne believes in the power of story to inform, inspire and engage. She has ghostwritten books for other non-fiction authors, contributed chapters to non-fiction collections, has written a self-help series for girls entitled Girl to Girl and published a memoir of her adventures living in Ireland called Irish You Were Here.

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Irish You Were Here


Anne is a versatile public presenter on stage, TV, radio and podcast. She has enthralled live audiences with a TedX talk We Are All Witnesses, appeared in Dublin as a Moth MainStage Storyteller, moderated on-stage discussions with human rights lawyer Amal Clooney as well as Making a Murderer co-directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos.

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Anne Driscoll at TEDX


During the past 20 years as a journalist, Anne Driscoll has written more than 2,000 stories covering social issues of all kinds. Her background as a social worker has informed her work as a journalist.

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Photos Anne Driscoll speaking

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