Anna is a postdoctoral researcher at the Blavatnik School of Government. Her research looks at the impact of transparency and other anti-corruption measures, with a focus on women’s involvement and success in local politics in Brazil. Anna also teaches seminars on the School’s Politics of Public Policy course, and statistics in the University’s Department of Politics and International Relations, where she previously studied for an MPhil in Comparative Government and DPhil in Politics. Anna has worked as a journalist for Nature, The Economist and The Guardian. She received a BA and MA in Natural Sciences (Zoology and Genetics) from the University of Cambridge.