Anna is a Senior Communications Coordinator at Harvard Chan C-CHANGE focusing on the Kids and Climate Program. She develops and executes communications plans to promote awareness of the health impacts of climate change, manages media relations for the Center, and works with key partners to empower parents, pediatricians, and others to take climate action to protect kids’ health.

Before joining Harvard Chan C-CHANGE, Anna worked at the Center for Young Women’s Health at Boston Children’s Hospital as Media Coordinator, developing accessible health information for teens and training peer educators to act as health ambassadors in their schools and communities. As a graduate student, Anna worked at the Institute for Urban Health Research at Northeastern University as a health literacy specialist, conducting literacy audits of local mental health facilities to improve access to care for patients with low literacy levels.

Anna received her MPH degree from the Harvard Chan School, where she studied Social and Behavioral Sciences and Health Communication. She holds a B.A. in Fine Arts from Yale University. A Boston native, Anna enjoys walking all over the city and singing with her a cappella group, Fermata Town.