Program Manager, MIT Mobility Initiative
Spatial Analysis, Urban Transportation Planning, Mobility Systems, Transportation Technologies, Transport Decarbonization
Annie is the program manager for MIT’s Mobility Initiative and a researcher with MIT’s Urban Mobility Lab. Her research focuses on preparing cities for next-generation transportation technologies and systems analyses for infrastructure expansion. She has worked as a consultant and researcher on a number of transportation projects for organizations ranging from the Interamerican Development Bank to the Parisian government. Prior to her time at MIT, she worked as an energy policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, honing an expertise on energy transitions in Europe as well as frontier energy innovations. She has also worked as a consultant for a wide range of urban mobility clients, including car-sharing company Zipcar and bike-sharing company Zagster. She received dual masters degrees from MIT in Urban Planning and Transportation Science and her bachelors in World Politics and German Literature from Hamilton College.
Networks and Systems, Sustainability and Environment, Behavior and Demand Modeling, Emerging Mobility, Public Transport, Urban Planning, Design and Policy