I'm a recent graduate of Emory University with a degree in Film Studies and a Concentration in Film and Media Management from the Goizueta Business School, and have a wide variety of experiences in the varied world of storytelling, and in the horse world, as you can see—if you want someone willing to work hard and get down and dirty, look no further than horse people. I competed with the Interscholastic Equestrian Association throughout middle and high school, serving as team captain and qualifying for regional and zone finals, as well as placing at national finals. At Emory, I was on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team, and outside of school I competed in the Georgia Hunter Jumper Association circuit for many years and was champion in multiple divisions, including the Pre-Children's and Children's Hunter divisions.

I've built theatrical productions from the ground up with Dooley's Players, Emory's largest student theater group; I've assisted with Kids Video Connection, a nonprofit focused on youth media literacy, and helped with their annual film festival; I've written for Drink in the Movies and volunteered for the FUTURE NOW Media Foundation; I've interned for Crazy Legs Productions and cut my teeth as a PA (which made me realize I do not ever want to go into production).

Through all these experiences I have gained a wide variety of skills that I want to utilize as I enter the entertainment world in a strategic role in programming or the like, combining my love of storytelling with my penchant for analysis and my top-tier organizational skills.

I can be contacted at annafrharrison@gmail.com or 404-304-0127.