Anna has come to Princeton from Canberra, Australia's political capital, after five years at the Prime Minister's department. Most recently, she led a team that advised the Prime Minister and the Cabinet's Expenditure Review Committee on the federal budget and proposals in domestic policy areas representing two-thirds of federal government spending. She has also worked on infrastructure investment and financing, competition policy, banking regulation, communications policy and the G20, with previous roles at the Australian Embassy in Washington, D.C., the House of Representatives and other federal, state and international agencies. Upon graduating, she hopes to continue pursuing her interests in corporate governance, public finance and policy areas in which governments, firms and markets can partner to build value and improve social outcomes. Outside of work, Anna is passionate about the outdoors, being active, design, and food.