City Councillor for Romsey
Anna grew up near Cambridge. Money was often tight, and education was highly valued as a way of providing opportunity. So it is perhaps not surprising that she has worked in education since graduating. She has been a teacher and leader (at Hills Road, and Parkside Federation) and is now an education advisor.
She trained as a teacher in Cambridge and has worked here ever since. She lives just off Mill Road and is proud to represent the diverse and vibrant Romsey Ward as city councillor.
Anna is Executive Councillor for Streets and Open Spaces. Her portfolio includes parks and commons, street cleaning and bereavement services. In this role is most proud of having overseen:
1. extensive tree planting and the extension of the pictorial meadows programme
2. Measures limiting A-boards to improve access for all to our city streets
3. Removal of child funeral fees at the city’s cemeteries.
Anna is also a graduate of the first ‘Jo Cox, women in leadership programme’. She is passionate about social justice and equality, about the power of education to transform lives, and about serving the residents of Romsey and the City.