Ann is a writer, author, entrepreneur, and mom of four spirited daughters.

Ann’s passion is sharing her observations about this curious existence with the world around her. Her writing is featured in Huffington Post,Thrive Global, Mind Body Green, Role Reboot, The Good Men Project, Everyday Feminism, The Newark Star Ledger, NJ.com, and The Seabrooker, among other publications. Ann is the author of Sweetie’s Search for a Forever Home in the Garden State, a children’s book about a courageous rescue dog.

Ann earned a Masters Degree in social work from New York University. Ann practiced clinical social work for several years. At Caldwell

University, she received her BA in English and criminal justice.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Ann hails from a lineage of assiduous and daring souls who extended their gifts to meet the needs of those around them with vigorous honesty, enduring levity, tenacious compassion, and persistent faith. Ann is mindful of their sacrifices that paved a trail of hope for her to freely follow her calling. It is Ann’s

aim to continue to plod an off-road path for her daughters and all those alike.


Ann now writes on a sea island on the outskirts of Charleston, SC where she lives with her family.




Notable Achievements:

2017, The Oprah Magazine Insider12523208_575925529241646_5842402978343753380_n

New Leadership NJ Scholar at The Eagleton Institute of Politics

2002 Dr. Georgia L. McMurray Student Award

1999. English Departmental Award, Caldwell University

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  1. Gary Wheelock says:

    Ms Brasco: Read your article, “…#MeToo…” was good. Most probably won’t read it. – Behavioral change is almost impossible to achieve. But w/o trying we remain static in actions that are repugnant. – Your “Shift the blame” might be the best place to start. – Sadly, this recent flood sex nuts reviled, seems to be having a reverse effect? Females in my family are saying, “Please no more news rehashes on Roy Moore.” Denial? Gary

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