Anne Longley, Placement Associate

What are you known for?

Organization, planning and basically making the trains run on time!

Name 3 things you cannot live without.

A daily hug, dark chocolate and a good cup of coffee.

Where is your happy place?

A café in the south of France, perhaps with a nice glass of chilled rosé and some good people-watching.

Who was your favorite teacher and why?

Brother James. He asked me to join the math team even though I wasn’t one of his “fastest” problem solvers. He told me that he needed someone with the tenacity to keep working even after the timer went off. I’ll never forget his vote of confidence and learning about the importance of having many different skillsets on a team.

Bio:

Anne is an alumna of an all-women’s college, Converse College, where she received her BA in French and Business Administration. She continued her studies at the University of Georgia and Washington University in St. Louis where she earned her doctorate in French literature. For over 20 years, Anne has held various faculty and administrative roles at independent schools and higher-ed institutions. She taught at Ross School, Hackley School and several public schools. Before joining EA, she moved to administration and held the role of Upper School Director at Nightingale-Bamford and The Baldwin School where she enjoyed helping young women find their voice and become confident leaders. In her downtime, Anne enjoys kayaking, gardening, doing jigsaw puzzles and reading a good novel.