Communications Coordinator, Development
Flannery is from South Carolina and graduated from the original USC with a BA in psychology. She worked as managing editor for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) in Annapolis, MD, for five years where she was responsible for writing, editing, and supervising design of all publications for six CBF offices across three states and the District of Columbia. After starting her own business, To the Point Publications, she continued as a freelance writer for CBF and the Chesapeake Bay Trust, focusing on toxic chemical water pollution and the effectiveness of the Clean Water Act.
After moving to Bell Buckle, TN, she served as director of alumni programs and public affairs at Webb School, a preparatory boarding and day school. While in Tennessee, she also wrote for Walking Horse Report, Saddle Horse Report, Horse World, and Nashville Woman magazine. After moving to Santa Fe, she worked as a freelance editor and completed work on two books by New Mexico authors before joining the staff at SAR.