Anna grew up in Anchorage, Alaska with her family and friends, learning to love the outdoors and all things mountainous. Anna attended Colby College and graduated in 2008 with bachelor degrees in Environmental Studies (Policy) and International Studies. In June 2011 Anna received her master of science degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway “Globalization: Global Politics and Culture” program. In the autumn of 2010 she was in Geneva, Switzerland at an internship at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) as a part of her degree. In 2011 she returned to Trondheim to write her Masters Thesis, within the department of political science on the international climate change regime. The title of the thesis is “Multiple Measurement of International Regime Effectiveness: Comparative Study of the International Ozone Depletion Regime and Climate Change Regime.” Anna has recently lived in Arctic Norway with her partner Øistein while he finished his practical work for his physical therapy degree. While there Anna taught English and social sciences at the local middle school and enjoyed new adventuring grounds at such a northern latitude. Currently Anna is living in Trondheim working in the field of environmental education for Enova SF and as an “Environmental Ambassador” for Klimaløftet.
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