Anna Levy has just completed her MA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where she focused on human rights in economic and political development. Anna simultaneously pursued academic and practical study of oral history in these contexts. She is working towards increasing the role of oral history and narratives of vulnerable communities in public education and public-policy making. Her past work has been in the areas of poverty alleviation, and social entrepreneurship and accountability in humanitarian and foreign aid. She has lived and worked in the Philippines, Jordan and Nicaragua working on these issues. For the past five years, Anna has facilitated service-learning exchanges on the Navajo and Hopi Reservations as well as in Mexico and Nicaragua. She graduated with a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Law from Binghamton University in 2006.
- Case Study: Hydraulic Fracturing: An Oral History, Shanna Farrell, Anna Levy, Kristen La Follette, and Sophie Cooper