Ann Ritter is an author, performer and business woman who tells stories for all ages.
Her work ranges from original material for adults, to family programs, to stories and music geared toward small children.
Ann’s philosophy of storytelling is kinesthetic, or centered in the body. Her work includes physicality, humor and immense personal gravity. The result—compelling images and characters that stick with you long after her shows are over.
An Atlanta resident for 33 years, Ann has a diverse background that includes filling corporate marketing and public relations roles, training executives to make speeches and meet the media, acting and dancing on local stages, and teaching undergraduate marketing communications in Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business.
She currently serves on the board of the Southern Order of Storytellers. She has performed in many local and regional festivals since 2008.