Calisha Anderson of Office Depot Joins Clinics Can Help’s Board of Directors

Happening People: Calisha Anderson of Office Depot Joins Clinics Can Help’s Board of Directors

Calisha Anderson, senior marketing manager for Office Depot in Boca Raton, has joined the Board of Directors of Clinics Can Help (CCH).

Anderson, a Delray Beach resident, has professional ties to CCH, having led a marketing team in the brand and website development in 2015. She also served as a volunteer for CCH’s Annual Golf Tournament.

She now manages the primary digital marketing channel at Office Depot – Office Max responsible for acquiring new customers, and retaining their active customer file, as a Senior Manager of eCommerce.

“Calisha helped us modernize and clarify our brand, which helps people better understand what we do,” said Owen O’Neill, executive director of Clinics Can Help. “As we grow and branch out into different areas of service, it’s important to have someone on board who can see the big picture of our public image and help us communicate more effectively with the people we serve and the people who support us. We’re excited to have Calisha back with us.”

Prior to joining Office Depot, Anderson was the Marketing Director for an eCommerce retailer in the direct-to-consumer space. Before that, as the owner/managing partner of Calibrand Consulting, she led a team of marketers that provided strategic marketing planning, brand development, websites and collateral materials to government agencies and non-profits.

Anderson is an avid volunteer passionate about giving back to the community. In addition to being on the Board of CCH, she is also active in her daughters’ schools, serving as Vice President of the Parent-Teacher Association. She is a Community Ambassador for Office Depot, serving on various committees that recently delivered thousands of bookbags to children in need, provided holiday meals to impoverished families in South Florida, and painted/ landscaped an elementary school in Delray Beach. She has also held volunteer positions with Healthier Delray Beach and the West Atlantic Redevelopment Committee. Anderson holds a Master’s in Advertising (Research) from the University of Florida (2009) and a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Pratt Institute (2003). She resides in Delray Beach with her husband, Stephen Anderson, and their daughters, Jolie and Jemma.