Who We Are
Ann Q. Curry
For more than two decades, Ann Q. Curry has led Coxe Curry & Associates. She came to Coxe Curry, in 1992, after two decades of community service and purchased the firm from prior owner, Frankie Coxe, in 1993. Under her leadership, the firm has more than quadrupled in size and greatly diversified and expanded its client base in metro Atlanta.
Ann's previous community service includes serving as president of the Atlanta-Fulton League of Women Voters, as Georgia president, and as a member of the League's national board, where she was development chair. She was a five-year member of the Board of Research Atlanta and its first woman president.
During Ann's eight-year involvement with the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, she chaired the Board of Trustees from 1987 to 1990. She was the founding president of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Foundation and chaired the $2.7 million fund-development campaign.
Ann is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta and Leadership Georgia. She is a member of the YWCA Academy of Women Achievers and was recognized in 2007 as A Woman of Excellence by Atlanta Woman magazine. A recipient of the Eudora Rogers Award as the outstanding League of Women Voters member, Ann also received the Eleanor Raoul Greene Award from the Georgia League.
Ann holds a membership on the Corporate Board of State Bank and Trust and on the CDC Foundation's Advisory Board, the Nominating Committee of United Way and the Advisory Board of the Georgia Conservancy. She is a member of Atlanta Rotary.
Campaigns Ann leads or has led for the firm include the $325 million Greater Grady campaign for the Grady Health Foundation, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's $294 million campaign, Spelman College's $150 million campaign, The Trust for Public Land's $150 million Chattahoochee land protection effort and the Piedmont Park Conservancy's $41.2 million expansion of the Park. She has long consulted with the Woodruff Arts Center and currently consults with both the Atlanta History Center and Berry College.
A graduate of Duke University, Ann is a past chair of the Duke University Women's Studies Council and a six-year member of the Board of Visitors for Trinity College at Duke. She currently serves on the advisory board for Duke University Libraries.
She and her husband Jim have two adult children and three grandchildren. Ann and Jim enjoy city-living, adventure travel and Duke basketball.
Ann was recently featured in the Saporta Report for her Moment.