Anna Pollock, Program Officer
Anna Pollock joined MWA as a Program Officer in February 2014. Ms. Pollock manages MWA’s coalition work in Latin America, including the Lazos de Agua program. She also led the development of a network to connect WASH innovators and implementers for improved outcomes in East Africa. Ms. Pollock actively represents the alliance on a variety of initiatives including WASH and conservation, menstrual hygiene, and waste management initiatives. She has ten years of experience in project implementation, monitoring, and evaluation, and has worked on public health initiatives across Latin America. From 2011-2013, she worked in Guatemala with the Center for Disease Control’s Central America Office on research about the effects of indoor air pollution and malnutrition on pregnant women and newborn babies. She has also worked on childhood obesity in Chile, and Type 1 Diabetes in Ecuador and Bolivia. Ms. Pollock earned an Masters of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2011, and two Bachelor of Arts degrees, in Psychology and Health and Society from the University of Rochester.