In 2010, Anne moved to Denver and married a techie from Brooklyn who loves animals as much as she does. They are parents to two teenagers who are too smart for their own good. She lives in foothills of the Rocky Mountains, up Coal Creek Canyon at 9,000 feet. Elk, deer and moose are visitors on a daily basis, and a bear named Honey shows up every summer. She and her husband work with several dog rescue organizations in Colorado and have fostered many times. They have 11 rescue dogs, a macaw, an African gray parrot, and a "reptile room" that includes snakes, a red tegu, tarantulas, geckos and her husband's isopod farm.
Anne's hobbies include running marathons, CrossFit, skiing the Rockies, writing, and reading as many books as she can get her hands on. Both her parents continue to travel well into their 70s, and each year brings a new adventure for her family to experience together. She is excited to be part of Nat Hab as an Adventure Incident Manager.