Annie graduated from Williams College in 2015, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with concentrations in biochemistry and molecular biology. As an undergraduate, Annie was a committee member of the college’s chapter of Partners in Health, which supported efforts to combat tuberculosis in Lesotho. During a summer internship at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital, she conducted cardiology research and co-authored a scientific review article, which was published in Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine. Annie also played varsity field hockey for four years, serving as captain during her senior season.
After graduating, Annie taught middle school math at a public school in Baltimore through Teach for America, where she also co-coached and tutored the middle school girls’ lacrosse team and organized an annual homework support night for students and families. She received a Master of Science in Education from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education in 2017. Annie hopes to attend law school in the future and subsequently work in the field of education law, policy, and advocacy.
- M.S., Johns Hopkins University School of Education, 2017
- B.S., Williams College, 2015