Anna joined Social Finance in 2020 as an Analyst in the International Team.
Prior to joining, she graduated from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) with an MSc in Development Management where her research focused on gender issues within vulnerability to climate change in developing countries. As part of her master’s degree, she also did a research project for UN Women on the impact of different financing mechanisms on their work in gender equality.
She holds a BA in Economics and Social Entrepreneurship from University of Southern California (USC) and has spent time working on micro finance initiatives in Nepal, as well as employment and training programmes for women in Costa Rica. She also has some experience in sustainability strategy consulting and recently interned at a think tank researching innovative financing to address funding gaps for social and environmental issues.