Anne Huntington is a collector based between Quogue, NYC and Saddle River, NJ. Anne is an art consultant for the Coalition for the Homeless’s ARTWALKNY benefit, the director of strategic partnerships for Huntington Learning Corporation and a curator of contemporary art shows. Anne began her career at David Zwirner, the Whitney Museum and Phillips (formerly Phillips de Pury & Company). Anne founded AMH Industries, the creative agency for contemporary culture, in 2010. Anne is a co-chair of the Young Collectors Council at the Guggenheim Museum, a founding member of the Future Leaders Council at the Whitney Museum, on the Art Advisory Board for the Coalition for the Homeless, on the Chairman’s Council of Teaching Matters, a member of New Arts Dealers Alliance, involved with the Parrish Art Museum, Watermill Center, New York Academy of Art and various other cultural institutions. Anne serves on the executive committee for Colgate University’s Alumni Council. Anne graduated cum laude from Colgate University in Art History and Anthropology. Selected press includes Interview Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, W Magazine, The New York Times, Hamptons Magazine, Gotham Magazine, Paddle8.com, Artspace.com, Style.com, and Vogue.com.