As Haberman’s resident “queen of kitsch,” Anna Kruchowski possesses a keen knowledge of 1920s popular culture, Russian cuisine and generally bizarre trivia that makes her a Trivial Pursuit wildcard. Also known to respond to the name Liz Lemon, Anna’s equally comfortable mixing the perfect martini or hauling amps for friends’ bands, writing business press releases or sounding off on an obscure blog.
Anna joined Haberman in February 2007 and brings unique expertise in new media, Web communications and public health to her clients. Prior to arriving at Haberman, Anna was an internal communications writer for University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview and a special education grant administration assistant for the Institute on Community Integration.
While studying public relations and psychology at the University of Minnesota, Anna spent four years as a program coordinator for Sexual Health Awareness and Disease Education (SHADE) for Boynton Health Services. Perhaps that’s why Anna is such a good sounding board for all of the agency’s embarrassing, explicit and profane confessions.
A native of Duluth, Minn., Anna enjoys a diverse range of activities, including soccer, knitting and wolfing down cheese curds at the Minnesota State Fair. Anna’s personal motto is: “You can learn something from everyone; if you think you can’t, you’re just not listening.”