A leader in the electronic security, fire and life safety industries, Red Hawk Fire & Security recently separated from parent company, United Technolgies to create an independent brand to serves the needs of commercial enterprises.  Ann O'Connor Communications is sustaining strategic internal and external communications for Red Hawk. 


Onity is the world's leading provider of electronic locks, in-room safes and energy management solutions has retained Ann O'Connor Communications to help strengthen its brand image in markets around the world. 

As the competitive home security and automation market expands to attract players from telecom and cable companies, the electronic security industry needed a campaign to help keep them top of mind with consumers now faced with a variety of choices. 

The largest association of electronic security companies turned to Ann O'Connor Communications to develop and deliver a public awareness program called SECURE+ 


The Electronic Security Association publicly facing website required a complete redesign to better accomodate the thousands of annual visitors to the site who rely on the organization for industry information and research. Working with a website designer, Ann O'Connor Communications successfully relaunched the national alarm association website that exists today.


The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in San Diego is the city's voice on mental illness to support and help find coping mechanisms for those who suffer from brain disease, education for people who have mental illness, their families and the general public. NAMI is an advocate for more research and improved systems of services for the mentally ill. At the heart of NAMI San Diego's mission is striving to end the stigma associated with mental illness.


A Safe Haven for Newborns is dedicated to reaching pregnant young women and mothers before they reach the crisis stage. The lifeline of the organization is a 24/7 multilingual referral hotline to assist pregnant women in crisis and at risk for abandoning an infant. 

© Ann B. O'Connor 2013