Anna was a long-time trustee of Privacy International, up until her term ended in September 2017. In recognition of her substantial contribution to PI, the Board of Trustees designated her as Chair Emeritus.
She currently works as public affairs advisor and researcher for national and international organisations. In this capacity she has worked with the UK National Consumer Council (now Consumer Focus) for the last six years, and has authored studies for other national and international organisations, on subjects ranging from alternative dispute resolution to cloud computing.
She is co-ordinator of the sustainability standards area for the British Standards Institute Consumer and Public Interest Unit, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She was previously the regional Director for developed and transition economies at Consumers International, where she put issues related to online rights and data protection on the consumer movement’s priorities agenda and set up the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue.