Photo by Jeff Watts.
Anna advises CAS students on a variety of career topics, such as choosing a major or career path, identifying and evaluating job or internship opportunities, and writing an effective resume or cover letter. She also helps students to develop networking skills, practice interviewing, and better understand their interests, skills, and work values through career related self-assessments, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory.
In her advising, Anna draws on her prior career counseling experience with community organizations, as well as on many years of professional work as a language instructor, translator/interpreter, educator, and researcher. Her professional background also includes 10 years at the World Bank as a consultant for projects in education, health, and social safety nets in European and Central Asian countries.
MA, Higher Education Administration, George Washington University
MA, equivalent in Language Instruction, The National Pedagogical University (Moscow, Russia)
Favorite Spot on Campus:
Book Currently Reading: The Private Papers of Eastern Jewel by Maureen Lindley and The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann
Languages Spoken: Russian (native) and German (very “ein bisschen”)
- Career Center
- Butler Pavilion - 5th Floor
(202) 885-1825 (Work)
(202) 885-1804 (Office)