President, emedia llc
Anna P. Murray is a nationally recognized technology consultant, speaker and blogger. One of an extraordinarily rare species—a woman who owns a successful software-development company— she loves to combine her two passions, technology and writing. Anna writes on technology from a variety of vantage points, including its humorous impact on daily life, its serious business applications, and its role in changing the way people relate to one another.
After spending several years as a teacher and journalist, Anna founded one of the earliest web-development firms, emedia, in 1996. Over the years emedia has been privileged to partner with many national and international firms like The Kellogg Corporation, Keebler, Del Monte, Bayer, Spire Capital, Wind Point Partners, National Cancer Institute, The National Institutes of Health, International Creative Management, Consumer Reports, Summit Business Media, Time Out, Harvard Business Publishing, Slate, and The Atlantic Group in developing strategy, implementing solutions, and developing cutting edge applications.
Anna is a double winner of the Stevie Award for Women in Business, a recipient of a Mobile Marketing Association award for mobile app development, several Kellogg top agency awards, and most recently Folio's Top Women in Media award. She also serves as the President of the Board of the International Women’s Writing Guild, a non-profit organization devoted to the development of women’s voices in professional writing.
In addition to numerous articles for web sites and magazines, Anna has written several full-length books, including two business titles, Resume Builder & Career Counselor (Simon & Schuster, 1997), The eMarketing Guidebook (Marketing Sherpa, 2004), and a novel, Sarah’s Page (Sleeping Bear Press, 1998).
Anna makes her home in New York City, with her husband and business partner Chris Moschovitis and their dog Plato. Hobbies include travel, writing and horseback riding.
Anna holds a B.A. from Yale and a Master’s degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.