Anne Lutz Fernandez
Anne Lutz Fernandez is a former corporate executive with experience in management and marketing of consumer brands such as Weight Watchers frozen foods and Bufferin pain relievers. She also spent a decade as an investment banker in New York and London where her work included marketing the firm's services to multinational corporations and advising clients on strategic mergers and acquisitions. She left her position as Director at Credit Suisse to become a writer and teacher. She currently teaches English and lives in Connecticut with her husband, who is also a teacher. She co-authored her first book, Carjacked: The Culture of the Automobile and its Effect on our Lives, with her sister, anthropologist Catherine Lutz.