Principal and Co-Owner,
Momentum Public Relations, LLC

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Anne Lasseigne Tiedt grew up working summers at the Port of Brownsville Shrimp Boat Basin. It was there she learned how to work smarter, not harder, to achieve what you want in life. She’s taken this lesson and applied it to more than 20 years of communications experience, all logged in Austin, Texas. Anne has managed award-winning, strategic public relations programs, marketing programs, media sponsorships, and community relations programs for notable nonprofit organizations and growing businesses, all while generating fresh ideas and delivering results.

An active member of the Central Texas community, she is a two-time Austin Under 40 Finalist (2012, 2013), Past President of the Association for Women in Communications (2007-2008), founder of Get Smart Austin, a 2010 Graduate of Leadership Texas, former leader of Brownie Troop #1744, former VP of Development for the Go Red for Women’s Heart Savvy Summit (2007), previously served on the marketing committee of the Ronald McDonald House and the advisory committee of Wonders and Worries, and currently volunteers as the Treasurer of Bowie PTSA and with Boy Scout Troop 505.

Anne enjoys helping professionals establish clear communication goals and create their own paths to success. She has more than 13 years of experience managing her own communications business while also successfully raising two children. Anne is also passionate about helping women figure out what makes them happy and also earns them a viable income.

Anne holds a Bachelor’s degree of Journalism in Public Relations from The University of Texas at Austin. In 2002, she earned an Accreditation in Public Relations from the Universal Accreditation Board. In 2019, she became Google Analytics Certified. Her fried shrimp recipe is a family secret.

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