Meet Connecticut Rainbow's Supreme Inspector

As Supreme Inspector, Mom Anne Needham oversees all assemblies in Connecticut and helps Rainbow Girls to achieve their goals. Her Rainbow history starts in Evergreen Assembly where she was a Worthy Advisor and then later became Grand Worthy Advisor of Connecticut. She has her Grand Cross of Color and has served as a Grand Deputy, State Mother Advisor, and Grand Assembly Committee Member, before being officially installed as Connecticut's Supreme Deputy in 2006 at the Supreme Assembly sessions in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was elected into the House of Gold in 2014 at Supreme Sessions in Baltimore, Maryland, and now serves as Supreme Inspector.

When Mom Needham isn’t helping the girls of Connecticut become better and stronger, she practices as an Occupational Therapist helping patients to relearn skills and increase strength. She is happily married to Connecticut DeMolay’s Executive Officer and has three children – all of which were involved in Masonic youth organizations, and continue to contribute to this day.