Moriah Hargrove Anders
Moriah Hargrove Anders has nearly four years of experience as a patent agent with a mid-sized patent prosecution boutique firm in Houston and has work experience in the electrical reliability departments of several large petrochemical companies. Her practice area under intellectual property includes semiconductor fabrication, computer architecture, memory devices, control and automation systems, redundant memory systems, computer security, display compensation and pixel circuits, distributed computing systems, programmable logic device applications and software, relay and power distribution circuits, motor technologies, and a wide variety of other electrical and mechanical arts.
Moriah is an active IEEE member under the IEEE Houston Section, having previously served as the Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Young Professional Chair of the IEEE Houston Section over the past four years. In 2018, she was awarded the IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Young Professional Award for her leadership within the IEEE Houston Section and has since served as a contributor to recent IP-related online courses arranged by IEEE Entrepreneurship, as well as several Houston-based IEEE conference efforts. She also serves on the IEEE-USA Intellectual Property (IEEE-USA IPC) Committee to advocate for IEEE engineers and has volunteered on the planning committee for IEEE Rising Stars 2020.
Hargrove Anders graduated with honors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston in May 2017. Her free time is spent studying as a 2024 J.D. Candidate at the University of Houston and gardening, having recently been introduced to permaculture and native gardening techniques.