...is the only child of an Arkansas landscape architect and a
Pennsylvania Dutch housewife who met in Chichicastenango, Guatemala. Anne
was raised in a bucolic town in southwestern Tennessee. She graduated from
a small women's college in New York, where she studied developmental psychology,
then moved to Manhattan to teach second grade at the Brearley School. For
several years she was a first-grade teacher at the Fleming School, followed by a
stint as the administrative assistant to the president of a men's clothing
company, and a production planner of mattress ticking for a Fortune 100 textile
given lessons in synchronized swimming and horseback riding and is a volunteer
for the American Health Foundation and Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center.
She has been a writer and an editor at Lear's, First for Women, MD Magazine,
and other publications. She lives in Fort Lee, New Jersey.