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B.A. Economics and International Affairs, The George Washington University
Ann joined ECONorthwest as a research analyst in 2010. She specializes in the study of environmental and natural resource policy, benefit-cost analysis, and the economics of ecosystem services. She has a particular interest in sustainable development and food and agriculture policy. Prior to joining ECONorthwest, Ann was a junior economist at Global Financial Integrity, a research and advocacy organization in Washington, DC, specializing in the study of capital flight and economic development. Ann is also a blog contributor for the Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development, a consortium of governments and advocacy organizations that focus on achieving greater transparency in the global financial system for the benefit of developing countries.
Ann received her B.A. in Economics and International Affairs from The George Washington University in 2008. While attending GWU, she received the Ching-Yo Hsieh Prize for the best undergraduate Economics research paper in 2008.Download Resume