Ann Sachs spent twenty-five years working as a professional actor prior to 1992, when she accepted her husband’s request to join him in what is now Sachs Morgan Studio. Studio projects and clients range from Broadway to Hollywood, from Disney to the Kennedy Center, and just about everything in between. A graduate of Carnegie-Mellon’s Drama Department, Ann played dozens of leading roles on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and in our country’s finest resident theatres. She made her Broadway debut opposite Frank Langella in the Tony Award-winning Dracula, in which Roger Morgan designed the lighting. A member of EST since 1978, one of her favorite EST projects was working on the development of Mama Drama (published by Samuel French). Since 1998, Ann has been a member of the Women Presidents Organization (WPO), an international peer advisory organization for successful women business owners. She also serves as Chapter Chair of two WPO Chapters in NYC. In 2006 Ann launched an online quarterly publication with useful information about theatre buildings: Theatre By Design, of which she is the Editor. Her newest venture, Theatrical Intelligence™, uses theatre concepts to impact business performance – it’s the fun part of being smart! She is currently writing a book on the subject.