Ann Kellett Communications
I WAS SIX WHEN THE FIRST ASTRONAUTS LANDED ON THE MOON.
On July 20, 1969, my grandfather told stories of hearing about the Wright brothers as a child and Charles Lindbergh as a young man.
“What things we have seen in our lives!” he said to my grandmother.
I remember the look of wonder on my grandfather's face--and the stories he told that day--much more vividly than what was on TV.
His remark sparked my professional journey in storytelling.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
AWARDS & HONORS
- I was only the second person to receive both the Dissertation of the Year Award and T. M. Stinnett Award for Scholarly Achievement for my doctoral work.
- I participated in Leadership Texas (now Leadership Women), a year-long program for 100 women leaders.
- I was awarded an Administrative Fulbright Grant to study higher education in Japan.
- My work for clients has received awards from CASE, the International Association of Business Communicators, and Public Relations Society of America.
- My fiction won the top prize in the 2012 Writers' Police Academy Golden Donut short story contest, was a finalist for the Bill Crider Prize for Short Fiction at the 2019 Bouchercon World Mystery Convention, and received an honorable mention in the 2020 Flash Fiction Contest by Spider Road Press.
- My husband, Michael Kellett, is a photographer and videographer who (among other things) is hard at work restoring a 1956 Oldsmobile that sat in a field outside Kerrville, Texas, for more than 40 years.
- When we're not working, we're doting on our rescue kitties or traveling, preferably on Michael's motorcycle in the Hill Country or Big Bend regions of Texas, or the mountains of Arkansas.