Anna works in the Water Unit on the initiative "Quantifying the Tradeoffs of the Water and Energy Nexus" and she recently co-authored the working paper "Thirsty Energy". She has a master’s degree on Technology and Policy from MIT, where she did her research on the water requirements of electricity generation. She also has a degree in Industrial Engineering from UPC in Spain and before joining MIT she was working at the Agbar Group (Suez Environnement) where she participated in projects to coordinate and manage global operations. She is also a team member of e-Luma.org, an organization that aims to ensure that rural electrification provides sustainable development for communities in Sierra Leone. She is very interested in the water and energy nexus and in social entrepreneurship.