Anna Garvey Digital Strategist Chicago
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Content Director

Anna Garvey enjoys using her passion for writing to help businesses convey their messages and brand in the best possible light. With a degree in journalism, she approaches marketing from the perspective of the audience to create authentic content that will catch their eye and stick in their minds long after they’ve scrolled on. She’s a writing chameleon who has written extensively on topics ranging from dentistry to fashion to law.

Her claim to internet fame is an article she wrote about not being a millennial, called The Oregon Trail Generation. It went on to be published on Huffington Post and Mashable, and garnered over two million online shares. While she’s quick to tell you that there’s no magic button for “going viral” she helps educate our clients on what goes into creating great content that connects with its intended target.

Anna is originally from Oak Park but counts New Orleans and Rome, Italy amongst her second homes. She speaks fluent Italian, is a mediocre knitter and has a special penchant for British television. If she could be anywhere, it would be on a wraparound porch with a gypsy jazz band and all her far-flung friends.