Anne Mosca has been teaching high school English for over twenty-five years in both urban and suburban settings. She is the winner of a Fulbright Award from the United States Department of State and a civilian winner of the United States Army Educator Award. In recognition of her career accomplishments, Anne was an invited guest at the Inauguration of the President of the United States in 2004. Anne is a citizen of both the United States and the European Union. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from High Point University and the Imperial College of the University of London, and a Master of Science in Literature and Education from Long Island University.
Anne grew up on Long Island and now lives in Jersey City, but considers the whole metropolitan New York City area her home. When Anne is not teaching, she loves to read and travel, and works with a local rescue where she finds forever homes for abandoned and at-risk animals in Hudson County.