Who is Anne Cameron?
I am a natural storyteller turned attorney, who is coming back to my roots. A California native and former teacher and equestrian, I moved to Utah to attend law school and earned my Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Utah and made Park City, Utah, my home. During and immediately after law school I worked for the Utah Attorney General as a law clerk and young attorney before becoming a Deputy District Attorney in Salt Lake County. After five years with the Salt Lake County District Attorney, I decided to work closer to my home in Park City as a prosecutor for the Summit County Attorney so I could enjoy the beautiful recreation options. Eventually I transitioned into private practice at a small firm in town as a divorce and defense attorney. In 2015 I made another change and opened my own practice which focuses on a peace-making model of dispute resolution and now I practice Collaborative Family Law and mediation only. The transition to a more peaceful dispute resolution model allows me time and energy to work on my writing, maximize my time in the Sierra Nevada mountains of my childhood summers, and create a community of writers to support and cultivate the storyteller in all of us.
I spent two weeks with my family every summer in Graeagle, California in my youth. That summer tradition that continued until I bought a home in Whitehawk Ranch, five miles from the cabin where my family enjoyed the beginning of summer each year. The High Sierra and area surrounding Graeagle are replete with breathtaking forest filled vistas, mountain lakes and trails, rivers and streams for tubing or fishing, and a community unique to the remote mountain location. Having spent 50 something summers in the area, and now a part time resident, I am your concierge to the area.
I split my time between Park City, Utah, and Whitehawk Ranch, California, and my pets travel with me. The Zoom/COVID era, which ushered in an enhanced remote working model, has made it possible for me to spend more time in Whitehawk since early 2020, and to really become part of the local community as a resident. The wildlife and quiet tranquility in the area have allowed my creativity to blossom both in my legal work and in my writing projects in between my hiking and biking adventures.
Who is Henrietta "Henny" Muldowney?
I am a natural born hostess. Raised in the south, I infuse a calm Southern energy to The Writers’ Salon team as the Outreach and Hospitality Specialist. A North Carolina native, I attended Vanderbilt University where I earned a degree in Communications and English before getting married and raising three children. I have lived all over the United States and continue to travel the world when I am not enjoying time with family and friends in the states, or remodeling my cozy cottage in Charlotte, North Carolina. I have a penchant for hiking and photography that blends into The Writers’ Salon when I am able to help participants make the most of the surroundings and breathtaking scenery and I capture candid moments with my camera.
An avid reader and a novice writer, I hope to one day to begin my journey to 'author'. I met Anne when I lived in Park City years ago and we have continued our friendship and travel adventures together. My current focus is on being a gracious hostess and anticipating “what a guest needs” in order to create a warm and nurturing environment for The Writers’ Salon events.