Possessing a love for music, dance, and theatrical arts Anne has always had a goal to share that passion with others. Whether spending Saturday evenings around the television soaking in American classic movies as a child, or planning productions with siblings to present to her parent's co-workers, she was always "putting on a show". Anne's escapade began after some encouragement from her high school spanish teacher, when she became involved in show choir, drama club, and dance team.
As a young adult Anne moved out of state to attend college at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. There she spent countless hours onstage and backstage, but hardly ever out of the theatre. From working with the local community theatre, performing, choreographing musicals, stage managing, assistant directing, and teaching at a dance center she stayed actively busy in the art world. After graduation, Anne moved back to her native Louisiana to take a job teaching at her high school alma mater. In her three years of working with a high school drama program she found an absolute love of working with young adults.
Anne continued her education at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts to pursue a M.A. in theatre education. There she found a greater understanding of the teaching craft. Her most memorable courses included Multicultural Education and Drama in Education both of which motivated and inspired her to be a more effective teacher. Ready for a new challenge, Anne is looking forward to teaching again in a school setting. She hopes to work in an environment where she can utilize her learned skills and share with her students the art of drama.