Anna works as a full-time research assistant in the SNAP lab, providing support for Frontiers of Innovation (FOI) and Filming Interactions to Nurture Development (FIND). She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Missouri in 2018. As an undergraduate, Anna worked as a research assistant in a family and child development lab focused on infant-caregiver attachment (PI: Ashley Groh, PhD). In addition, she served as an AmeriCorps Member and Team Leader for Jumpstart, an organization providing language, literacy and social-emotional programming for preschoolers from under-resourced communities. Anna’s research interests include the impact of early stressful experiences on children’s development and effective interventions for youth and families experiencing adversity.