Sara Ann Harris was born in Maryland but grew up in New Orleans. She spent countless summers with her extended Catholic family in southeast Louisiana. In 1973, Harris graduated from Tulane University with a BA in Psychology, and earned an MA in English from the University of New Orleans in 1982.
Harris taught persuasive writing at Loyola University and Dominican College, and worked for twenty-two years in the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries as a Communications Specialist and Communications Director. Her wildlife communications projects include published magazine articles, along with news features, educational booklets, a television series, a documentary, and multimedia exhibits.
She has received numerous awards for her features, including a certificate of appreciation from Jefferson Parish Marine Fisheries Advisory Board 1999 for coproduction of the Marine Fisheries Museum installation, Second Place/Television Documentary in 2000 from Press Club of New Orleans, and a Certificate of Excellence for News Feature on Chef Paul Prudhomme, from North American Precis Syndicate in 2005. She lives in New Orleans, LA.
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