Anna has more than five years of experience working in the areas of public policy, public health and social entrepreneurship, and brings a depth of practical field-work experience and innovative community engagement to her work at Rabin Martin. She has worked extensively in the area of access to public health services and technologies alongside an innovative social business in Guatemala. In this role, she worked with multiple stakeholders designing and implementing social impact consulting projects, promotional strategies and materials, as well as internal and external communication strategies.
At Rabin Martin, Anna focuses on:
- Developing strategies for client engagement across a variety of local contexts, particularly marginalized or resource-limited settings
- Analyzing challenges and opportunities for access to health services among underserved populations
- Successful implementation and long-term sustainability
Before joining the firm, Anna worked in Guatemala as the Country Director for Community Enterprise Solutions, a social business incubator working to create access to health care products through market-based microfinance solutions.
BA, Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs