Anna Kiefer attended New York University, graduating with honors and a double major in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism. From 2012 to 2014, Anna was a program assistant at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, a non-profit educational organization focused on ethics and international affairs in New York, NY. At Carnegie, Anna helped manage the Global Ethics Network, the Council’s international network of students and fellows, Global Ethical Dialogues, and centennial-related activities. She also hosted Point B, a weekly podcast series featuring interviews with public figures on moral questions. This past summer, Anna travelled to the Jama-Coaque Ecological Reserve in the Pacific Equatorial Forest in coastal Ecuador and carried out research into water quality and native seed banks. She is currently a student of the Global Civics Academy, an online course developed by Fellow and Professor Hakan Altinay. Anna has previously interned at BRAC USA, MSNBC, and New York Daily News. She hopes to pursue a graduate degree in Environmental Engineering in the spring of 2015.