Anne Clark Baker

Anne Clark Baker

Biography

Anne serves as Coalition Outreach Manager at the American Flood Coalition, a nonpartisan group of political, military, business, and local leaders that have come together to drive adaptation to the reality of higher seas, stronger storms, and more frequent flooding. She is committed to strengthening decision making processes and outcomes for diverse groups of people, and is passionate about her role at the Coalition.Anne previously contributed to both technical and management aspects of public engagement and flood-related programs at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), first as a Knauss Coastal Policy Fellow in partnership with USACE and the Coastal States Organization, and then as a fulltime USACE employee. Prior to entering the public sector, Anne also managed interdisciplinary design teams and construction administration for multipurpose site planning projects in the U.S. and abroad at the landscape architecture firm dlandstudio.
Anne holds a Master of Science in Geographic Information Science from Clark University, Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University, and Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. She is also a proud alumnus of the AmeriCorps VISTA and NASA DEVELOP Programs.

Fellow Activity

Fellows in the News | Jan 20, 2015
Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership | Jul 16, 2014

Fellow at a Glance

Fellowship Year:
2013
Academic Background:
Clark University, MS
Current Position:
Coalition Outreach Manager
American Flood Coalition
Expertise:
Architecture & Urban Planning
Coastal & Marine Issues
Environmental Policy & Law
Land, Open Space, Smart Growth
Natural Resource Management
Water Resources

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