This story appeared in the spring 2014 issue of
Anna Romiti ’01 knew she wanted to make a world of difference in her career. Joining
as an advertising coordinator just two days after graduation, she was quickly on her way. Romiti’s journey led to her current role as president of
California-based communications agency Reveille
She works with nonprofits and corporations to tell their stories, whether they have local, national or global impact. One thing’s for sure, the spirit of global citizenship that Romiti developed while a student at Chapman still carries through in her work at Reveille.
“I see our clients doing amazing things. We work with them to be true to who they are, not fit a preconceived notion of who they need to be to have success,” Romiti said.
It’s this belief in her clients and commitment to her work that makes Romiti so happy to be part of Reveille. She enjoys the opportunity to visually, creatively and strategically bring the organization’s mission to life, telling stories that create action. It also gives her the flexibility and freedom to balance life and work.
The rewards of her life as a marketing professional begin with seeing her clients improve lives, she said. “Starting with myself, my family and my community, my work at Reveille is my way of making the world a better place.”