Ph.D. Candidate
Policy Analysis and Management

229 King-Shaw Hall


Anne is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at Cornell University. Her research is concerned with the social welfare implications of risky health behaviors and crime.

Before coming to Cornell, Anne was a Senior Research Assistant in the Fiscal Analysis section at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, D.C. from 2012-2015. She graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine in 2012 with a B.A. in Economics and Government.

Spring 2017

PAM 4280/ECON 3710, The Economics of Risky Health Behaviors

  Teaching Assistant for John Cawley

Fall 2016

CRP 5122, Intermediate Microeconomics for Public Affairs

  Teaching Assistant for Nancy Brooks

Ph.D. student in Economics, Cornell University, expected 2021

B.A. (summa cum laude) in Economics and Government, Colby College, 2012

    Honors in Economics, Distinction in Economics and Government

Graduate Student Coordinator, Institute on Health Economics, Health Behaviors, and Disparities, 2017-

Mentor, Field of Economics Mentorship Program, 2017-

Mentor, Field of Policy Analysis and Management Mentorship Program, 2017-

President, Graduate Student Association For Economics (GSAFE), 2017-2018

Graduate Student Co-Organizer, Labor Works In Progress Seminar (LWIPS), 2017-2018

PAM Field Representative, Graduate and Professional Students Assembly, Cornell University, 2016-2017

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