Anna currently works at Southern California Edison (SCE), where about a quarter of the electricity delivered to 14 million customers comes from renewable energy. At SCE, She has worked on net energy metering, electric vehicle charging stations, distributed energy resources, distribution resources plan, community solar, grid modernization, and the utility’s general rate case filing.
At Yale, Anna received a Master of Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and a Master of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. Her MESc thesis discussed how EPA could incorporate cost-benefit analyses into their Superfund remediation selection processes. She also participated in the Global Social Enterprise course and helped develop an international expansion strategy for an Indian enterprise.
Prior to Yale, Anna worked at a boutique consulting firm that develops stochastic Monte Carlo risk models to recommend least-cost solutions to help clients manage their environmental liabilities.