Anna graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in Psychology in 2007.  Upon graduating, she worked for an HIV/AIDS clinic as an HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention Specialist for adolescents throughout the state of Alabama.   In 2009, Anna moved to Tennessee to work as an In-Home Family Counselor and Clinical Supervisor for Youth Villages, while obtaining her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Argosy University.  To fulfill the internship requirement for her Master’s program, Anna provided individual, family, and group counseling at her county’s Mental Health Center. 

Anna has been married to her husband, Tim, for ten years, and together they have a four year old son, Caden.  Anna is an avid University of Tennessee fan, loves weimaraners, is passionate about recycling, and loves country music (most notably Kenny Chesney).  In her free time, Anna enjoys watching and playing sports, going to concerts, and going to collegiate athletic events.