Annie focuses on policy and financial analysis. Her work includes financial feasibility and cost assessments, which often incorporate evaluation of governance and service delivery options; fiscal and economic impacts analysis; and funding plans. She also enjoys leading engagement and facilitation in service to these topics. Her experience includes projects for libraries and public health agencies across the country, as well as state, regional, and local governments throughout Washington. She enjoys working with communities and organizations to design processes that marry quantitative and qualitative analytical methods to answer complex policy questions.
Annie received her B.A. in Political Economy and Law, Societies, and Justice from the University of Washington, earning the Sharon Redeker Award for Exemplary Public Service. She is a 2011 graduate of the National Education for Women’s Leadership Puget Sound Leadership Academy and a 2012 graduate of the Center for Women and Democracy’s Leadership Institute. Annie is the Chair of the City of Kent Parks and Recreation Commission.
A native Washingtonian, Annie lives in the South Sound with her husband and daughter. Despite being from Seattle, she hates the rain and prefers to stay indoors and read on gloomy days. When it's sunny, she spends her time on the water or skiing in the mountains.