Ann Nungesser

  • Attorney, educator, and New Orleans native who has lived, worked, and played in neighborhoods across the city
  • Contributing writer and weekly columnist for the local New Orleans newspaper, the Times-Picayune

Experience

Ann Nungesser, an attorney, educator, and New Orleans native, has lived, worked, played, and written a number of articles about visiting the city. Nungesser is a contributing writer and weekly columnist for the local New Orleans newspaper, the Times-Picayune. She also wrote four articles for TripSavvy over the course of nearly two years, on topics ranging from the best shopping malls in New Orleans to unique summer camps for kids in the city.

Education

Ann Nungesser holds a bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor with honors from Tulane University. As a graduate student, Nungesser also attended the invitational Writing Institute and Advanced Writing Institute at the University of New Orleans Graduate School.

About TripSavvy and Dotdash

TripSavvy writers are on-the-ground experts — they speak the local language, know how to catch their city’s tram, train or bus, and definitely have tabs on the best of everything in town, from cocktail to kids’ menu. And since the world changes every day, your travel guide should, too. Our dedicated team of editors is regularly reviewing our library to perform updates on thousands of articles per month. If you see something that doesn’t seem up to date, please let us know by emailing us at contact@tripsavvy.com.

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