Bachelor of Science, Interior Design,
The Stevens College of Art and Design,
Harding University, 2014
Anna comes to us from Prairie Grove, Arkansas, originally, and is passionate about equality for all and universal design (designing environments and products that are universally accessible to everyone, including seniors and the disabled.) Her hobbies are yoga, baking and most of all, volunteering with Pug Rescue of Austin.
Anna’s favorite book is Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, by Judith Viorst and Ray Cruz, while her favorite movie is Rocky IV. She loves to dance, loves music that makes her feel happy and loves her sweet Pug, Andy.
When she was younger, she ran a program called “Campaign for a Brighter Monday,” where she baked cookies and randomly handed them out to deserving students at her junior high. She admits to a propensity for “coloring outside the lines,” loves challenges and loathes disorganization. If she weren’t a designer, she’d be in the business of people. With her positivity, affinitiy for communication and strength for winning people over, Anna has the personality and passion to work wonders for seniors.