Anna manages end-to-end production of Nesta’s publications portfolio.
Working closely with the wider Communications team and researchers across the organisation, she is responsible for telling compelling stories through long-form content in interactive online formats.
Prior to Nesta, Anna worked in digital communications for a healthcare regulator. She enjoys finding creative ways to make complicated ideas accessible; publishing content in dynamic and visually-engaging formats to maximise engagement. Before this, Anna worked in PR and marketing for public art galleries including MK Gallery, the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea and Pump House Gallery in Battersea. She has a BA in History of Art and Film from the University of Kent.
In her own time Anna volunteers as an archivist at South London Gallery, and has a particular interest in how digital technology can support communities to learn more about their history. She enjoys hiking and the outdoors, and is a self-confessed foodie – regularly exploring London on foot by way of its many street food markets.