Director of Brand Content Strategy, MODERN SALON and NAILS
Anne Moratto’s well-rounded beauty career includes years in beauty public relations, beauty marketing, beauty manufacturing, and now, with MODERN SALON, in beauty publishing. The through-line has been an intense interest in all things beauty and a sincere appreciation for the skilled artists and entrepreneurs who make the industry so vital, compelling and creative. Anne has been honored to be a judge of the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA), and the Wella TrendVision Awards. She has launched and hosted the MODERN SALON Independent Boot Camp and the brand-first Indie Pro Awards. As a subject matter expert, Anne has been tapped for her industry expertise by many media outlets. She has been a guest on a Global Wellness Summit webinar discussing the beauty industry and the COVID pandemic, on a virtual conference for the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and their Executive Summit, and has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many beauty industry luminaries. She has interviewed beauty legends, billionaire beauty business changemakers, and countless beauty makers and she is grateful there are still so many stories to tell. Anne, a native of Wisconsin, lives with her family in Los Angeles, CA.
As 2024 unfolds, everyone at TEAM MODERN is beyond excited to celebrate our 100 year hair-itage. We want our next 100 years to be as diverse and inclusive as the world we celebrate. If you have ideas you’d like to see explored or hot topics you want us to touch-on, get in touch!
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