Anna identifies problems and works collaboratively toward solutions with creativity, perseverance, and hard work. She will bring her optimism, experience, and energy to the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Anna is active in Moms Demand Action, organizing and advocating to reduce gun violence through grassroots and legislative action. Currently, she works with the disabled community and their families, helping them access the services they need to live full lives. Anna began her career working in Maryland as a teacher, senior instructor, and in-home therapist for students with autism. In 2012, Anna came to Wisconsin as an AmericaCorps volunteer through the Schools of Hope program in Madison, where she implemented a tutoring program at East High School that was designed to increase academic success for low-income students and students of color.
While earning her master’s degree in rehabilitation psychology from the University of Wisconsin Madison, she worked with the state’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) in the Department of Workforce Development, providing case management services in Iowa County.