Anne Witkavitch is known as “The Eclectic Writer” for good reason. Her passion for writing and talent with words is evident in her many roles,  from corporate communicator to marketing professional, change strategist to social media consultant, published writer to university professor. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative & Professional Writing and a B.A. in English.

Anne has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and communications and has held executive roles for Fortune 100 companies in the manufacturing, financial services and insurance industries. She began her career in brand management, copywriting and account management before transitioning into a career in corporate communications.

She is a published writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications.  Anne compiled and edited the award winning anthology,  Press Pause Moments: Essays about Life Transitions by Women Writers, a collection of beautifully crafted essays by 36 women writers about change, adversity and celebration. The book was honored with a 2011 Clarion Award from the Association for Women in Communications. Her work also appeared in Women Writing on Family: Tips on Writing, Teaching and Publishing edited by Carol Smallwood and Suzann Holland. She also served as managing editor of the 2011 anthology,  Thin Threads: More Real Stories of Life Changing Moments and several of its special editions. Anne has been an architect of change for MariaShriver.com and a regular blogger for TravelingMom.com.

Among Anne’s other passions are walking and swimming to stay fit and active. She enjoys gardening and covets summer when she can experiment with different recipes using fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms and her own backyard.

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