Department of the Treasury
Anny Pachner is a senior leader and communications strategist with a history of driving transformational change in the public and private sector. Her leadership mission is to nurture every federal employee’s full potential and empower them to provide the highest quality of service to every American.
In her most recent role as Deputy Communications Director of IRS Criminal Investigation, Ms. Pachner led the agency’s first nationwide public affairs program to deter potential criminals from committing financial crimes. She expanded her team from five to 30 and tripled the agency’s media coverage on issues affecting taxpayers. Ms. Pachner launched the agency’s first social media accounts, expanding its outreach by a million additional taxpayers per month.
While in the private sector, Ms. Pachner led the public relations and outreach efforts for various state-sponsored environmental programs aimed at reducing diesel truck emissions. Her efforts resulted in the allocation of more than $43 million in grants for alternative fuel vehicles to improve air quality. Her accolades include the Commissioner’s Award for the implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and PATH Act as well as the Commissioner’s Award for leading the agency’s social media efforts. Ms. Pachner holds a bachelor’s degree in languages and literature with a concentration in French and Spanish from Rutgers University. She holds a master’s degree from St. John’s University in Spanish literature and language.
In her new role as a White House Leadership Development Program Fellow, Ms. Pachner will work on the President’s Management Agenda workforce priority, aimed at attracting and hiring the most qualified employees across the Federal Government.