McGregor has served as chair of the Neighbor Company, where she works with family members to direct and facilitate charitable investments and oversees the entirety of Herschend Enterprises’ charitable gifts, since its inception in 2016. She also serves as interim executive director for Faith Community Health, a health clinic that serves the under-resourced men and women in Stone and Taney counties.
In addition to both of these roles, McGregor is involved with both the Skaggs Foundation and the Silver Dollar City Foundation. She is one of the original board members of My Neighbor’s Pharmacy, a charitable pharmacy that is the first of its kind in Missouri.
“Anne is an exceptional addition to the Arvest Springfield board of directors,” said Jason England, president for Arvest in Springfield. “Her commitment to the community is unmatched. We look forward to her contribution to the board.”
“Arvest as a bank was founded out of a mission to build community,” said McGregor. “I am honored to be part of a company that focuses on providing value to its customers and associates and is so engaged with the communities it serves.
McGregor earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Gordon College. She lives in Branson with her husband, Mac. They have four sons.