Anna joined the Three Girls Media team in 2018. Her background in news production helped grow her passion for finding unique stories and sharing them with the world. She believes strongly in supporting small and local businesses and is excited to help shine a spotlight on them.
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Anna holds a B.A. in Communications with a focus on Media Production and Performance from Pacific Lutheran University. Before joining Three Girls, her production work with Northwest Cable News earned her an Emmy nomination.
Most of Anna’s free time is spent with her husband and son enjoying the sights and sounds of the Pacific Northwest. She also enjoys game design, and has successfully crowdfunded a tabletop role playing game designed for kids and families.
Get to know Anna:
Favorite Pastime/ Hobby: I love to play board games with my family and friends! I regularly travel to conventions to try new ones and am working on designing a role playing game for children as young as five.
Favorite Food: There are too many good things to pick from! I love to bake, so I think I’m going to go with anything that I’ve made myself. Even if it didn’t turn out exactly right, taking a couple of bites can help me figure out what went wrong and do better the next time.
Random Fact About Me: I was born in Spain!
Favorite Place: Living in the Pacific Northwest means my heart starts singing any time I can see the ocean and the mountains at the same time.
Favorite Movie: Rocky Horror Picture Show! It’s a cult movie (originally a stage show) from the ‘70s that I would see with my friends almost every weekend through high school. Those memories and experiences are a huge part of who I am today.
Favorite Sports Teams: I root for the Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers, but not very seriously.
What is guaranteed to put a smile on your face? My little boy Christopher. He’s coming up on 5 years old and I love listening to the stories he makes up with his toys. He absorbs so much from the people around him that it’s always exciting to hear how he interprets it and turns it back around in his play.