Anne Johnson-Oliss is the Director of Symbols and News for n2y, the leading publisher of education materials for students with language and learning challenges. Using symbolic representation in communication supports and curriculum content, n2y serves educators, parents, and people with disabilities by making text content more accessible and understandable.
After earning her Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree from Wright State University, Anne worked in the field of special education as a teacher and program supervisor. In business, she has been a product manager, sales and marketing professional, consultant, and business leader. Anne has presented nationally and internationally, authored multiple publications in the education space. She is most proud of her recent work on behalf of n2y with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the United Nations to adapt messages about personal safety and human rights to marginalized people. Anne looks forward to making a positive difference in the lives of people each day who need a little help speaking and understanding for themselves.
Anne and her husband, Chris, live in the Dayton area and appreciate their educations and experiences at Wright State University.