Anne grew up in a small-town in West Virginia, where her primary care hero was her childhood pediatrician. She attended Harvard College and spent a summer in college implementing an Americorps program for the American Red Cross in rural Tennessee.
After college, she spent 2 years doing healthcare services and delivery research at Massachusetts General Hospital, with a focus on physician workforce issues. She attended medical school at Brown University, where her research focused on how non-professional ancillary workers can add value to primary care clinics. Anne is a graduate at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, where she was a CASE Fellow and recipient of the CASE Launch Pad Prize for her work on MedServe. Anne now is a UNC-Chapel Hill pediatric resident in Greensboro, NC.