ARCC Leader Since: 2013
Program(s) as Leader: France Language, Thailand, Australia/Fiji, China Custom, Sumatra/Bali, Cuba, Peru, Asia Gap, Africa Gap, and Latin America Gap
Dream Trip: Tibet to see monasteries and practice meditation techniques under skilled teacher monks; to see the natural beauty of the country; and to meet the local people.
Education: U. of Vermont – Major in Environmental Policy and Development with a double minor in Political Science and French.
Lewis and Clark Law School – Environmental Law with a Specialization in Climate Justice
Anna joined ARCC with a passion for environmental service work, international travel and working with high school students. When not with ARCC she has often worked as a ski instructor in Vermont. In the fall of 2016 she began Lewis and Clark Law School for environmental law specializing in climate justice and how it impacts low income communities. Anna is an avid skier on Vermont’s (and now Mount Hood’s!) peaks, is a bit of a syrup snob (stereotypical Vermont), and is always happy to re-watch the Italian Job and Erin Brockovich. Interesting fact: Anna has been learning about Mahayana Buddhism since she was a child and dreams of one day traveling to Tibet.