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John Todd
Creative Director

Annette Shelby
Marketing Director

A professional photographer for over fifteen years, John has a wide range of expertise in many forms of photography including corporate, sports, fine art, and advertising promotion. He owns and manages International Sports Images (, the official photography supplier to the U.S. Men's and Women's soccer teams and Women's Professional Soccer. An experienced sports shooter, John is also the official photographer to Stanford University Athletics and The University of California Athletics ( His work has appeared in Time Magazine, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine, and has been displayed at the Smithsonian Institution as part of a women-in-sports photography exhibit.

An expert in marketing, business development and financial operations, Annette is a valuable asset to Cribbs & Co. Previously, she was associate director of Stanford University's Continuing Studies Program, which offers business and liberal arts courses to adult students. She has also worked in both marketing and production capacities for many sporting ventures and events including World Cup 1994, Stanford Athletics, the San Jose Arena grand opening, and a minor league soccer team. She obtained her B.S. and M.B.A. from Stanford University.


Cribbs & Co. is a sports and entertainment consulting firm located in the heart of Silicon Valley.  With expertise in the areas of public relations,​sponsorship acquisition, and community development, Cribbs & Co. will guide you on your company's quest for the gold.

Anne Warner Cribbs
President & CEO

Alexandria Cribbs
PR, Development & Special Events Director

An experienced event planner, Alexandria has a wide range of experience in implementing events, community outreach and fundraising.  Previously, she was the Women's Basketball Director of Operations for The University of San Francisco Lady Dons where she was responsible for fundraising, community outreach, team travel and day-to-day operations.   Alexandria has worked with the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Speedo USA and the San Jose Sports Authority. She received  her B.A. from Lynn University and her M.A. from The University of San Francisco.

A Gold Medalist at the age of 15, Anne knows what it takes to be the best.  After graduating from Stanford, Anne launched a career of public relations, community service and advocacy for women in sports. Her work has spanned volunteering for the 1984 Olympic Games to co-founding the American Basketball League, the first women’s professional basketball league in the United States. She became President and CEO of the San Francisco Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee (BASOC) in 1999, and led the San Francisco Bay Area's bid for the 2012 Olympic Games. In 2009, she organized and executed the 2009 Summer National Senior Games, featuring 10,000 athletes, 18 medal sports and 5 demonstration sports at venues throughout the Bay Area, with an economic impact of $35 million.  Anne is committed to spreading the Olympic Ideals - "Faster, Higher, Stronger" throughout the community.  With her vision and leadership, she and her team will get you to the next level.

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