Anne is an urban planner who is passionate about building an equitable city that serves all residents. Following an undergraduate in international development and economics at Trent University, she went on to complete a masters in city design at the London School of Economics. After ten years of working and traveling abroad, Anne was thrilled to return to her hometown of Edmonton in 2012. She spent seven years working at the City of Edmonton and volunteering on affordable housing and social research initiatives. In 2019, Anne joined Right at Home Housing Society, where she worked to provide affordable housing solutions to meet the diverse needs of our community before being elected to City Council in October 2021.
Anne’s 15 year career in city planning has given her an understanding of the many systems that create a city, from sewers to social services, and how each of these elements contribute to creating successful communities. She knows the importance of informed decision-making, and how to listen effectively to diverse perspectives to develop collaborative solutions.
Anne is a proud Edmontonian with deep roots in our community. She lives in Oliver with her partner and daughter and loves taking in the many great local amenities.