Anna Marie Johnson Teague is Chief Communications Officer for A Call to Men.
She is the co-author of The Book of Dares, 100 inspiring, creative, fun challenges for boys based on the work of A Call to Men. The Book of Dares has been called “a direct answer to parents’ cries for building healthy masculinity, respect, and emotional literacy in their sons.” She is responsible for helping advance the national conversation around healthy manhood and masculinity and gender equity. Johnson Teague has served as a script consultant for Tony-nominated Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill. She is co-author of A Call to Men’s Live Respect Coaching Healthy & Respectful Manhood Curriculum, designed to prevent dating violence, sexual assault, and bullying in school and sports.
Prior to joining the organization, she served on its board, and was the founder and principal of Johnson Teague Public Relations & Events, a boutique PR agency specializing in public relations, marketing, corporate social responsibility, and cause marketing. She is nationally recognized for creating and executing award-winning, multi-platform, results-driven campaigns to advance critical social issues like improving education and ending gender-based violence.
A seasoned publicist and former television reporter, Johnson Teague built her career preparing executives, corporate leaders, celebrities, professional athletes, and social activists for national television appearances and packed-house speeches. She has more than 20 years of experience in public relations, marketing, and advertising, including creative direction, branding, strategy, corporate messaging, executive training, cause marketing, media relations, and digital and social media strategy. Johnson Teague was a partner at DAWSON + MURRAY + TEAGUE Communications and held positions at dawson | duncan Communications and Springbok Technologies. She started her career as a Washington Correspondent for a CBS affiliate in Louisiana. Johnson Teague has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Tulane University and a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.