Urban Mobility Coordinator, WRI Africa
Anna is a certified Urban Planner and Architect with ten years of international development experience. She specializes in managing projects at the intersection of planning, architecture and engineering, and has worked at multiple scales of governance in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya and the United States.
Anna holds a Master of Science in Urban Planning and Master of Architecture from Columbia University, a Post-Graduate degree in Urban Management from the University of Nairobi and Bachelors of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley.
Anna lives in Kampala, Uganda where she teaches Urban Design at Makerere University, College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT).
Electric MobilityVisit Project
Increasing access to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, and optimizing to reduce emissions.
TUMI E-Bus MissionLaunch PlatformLaunch Platform Visit Project
This international coalition assists 20 cities in creating world-leading electric bus fleets and scaling e-bus adoption to hundreds more through city-to-city mentorship.
Creating Thriving, Resilient Cities in AfricaVisit Project
WRI Africa influences policy and provides decision-makers with data and evidence to help create cities that are good for people and the planet.
Health & Road SafetyVisit Project
Creating safer mobility systems to connect people to opportunities and foster sustainable, equitable cities
Urban MobilityVisit Project
Improving quality of life, health and opportunity in cities through sustainable and safe transport and urban design.