Anna oversees the work of the Regional, Community Outreach department, which promotes economic development in lower-income communities. She also participates directly in the Working Cities Challenge in Connecticut and efforts to help lower-income families build wealth, including the Children's Savings Accounts Initiative. She has published research on topics including community investment tools and economic revitalization, as well as edited the Bank's New England Community Developments publication.
Prior to the Boston Fed, she worked in international business, microfinance, and economic research. Anna holds an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School and a BA in economics from Barnard College.
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Vice President, 2016-present
Assistant Vice President, 2013-2015
Director and Deputy Director, 2011-2012
Senior Policy Analyst and Policy Analyst, 2005-2011
Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Financial Analyst, 2004-2005
Harvard Kennedy School
Research Assistant, 2003
Hercules-Petroco Group, 2002-2003
Municipal Securities, UBS-PaineWebber Inc.
Investment Banking Associate, 2000
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Assistant Economist and Research Assistant in Emerging Markets, 1994-2008
Greater Boston Executive Program, MIT Sloan School of Management, 2011
MPP, Harvard Kennedy School, 2001
BA, Barnard College, Columbia University, with distinction in economics, 1994
Massachusetts Economic Prosperity Council
Director, PeaceWorks Conflict Resolution Ministry, Cambridge
Volunteer Consultant, Grameen Foundation, Cambridge and Mexico
Volunteer Consultant, Opportunity Finance, Nicaragua and Costa Rica