Anna was born and raised in New York City. She is a Collections Project Assistant where her duties include cataloging and surveying the current collections, conservation housekeeping, and rehousing.

Prior to joining the MOCA Collections team, she was assisting Dr. Diala Touré in research and cataloging African and African diaspora art. Anna worked at Central Park Conservancy as a Monuments Conservation Technician in summer 2020. She has also worked in-situ in frames conservation at the Palace of Westminster. She represented City & Guilds of London Art School as a Young Ambassador Team Leader at the inaugural Homo Faber Exhibition in 2018.

Anna received a BA (Honors) from City & Guilds of London Art School in Conservation: Stone, Wood & Decorative Surfaces. Anna is a recipient of the 2018 The Michael Legg Conservation Studies Prize and the 2018 The Knights of the Round Table Award in the United Kingdom. She also received a BA in Art History from CUNY Brooklyn College.