Anna Waldman-Brown

Doctoral Candidate

Anna is a DUSP PhD candidate in political economy, where she researches robot adoption and labor dynamics across small firms in Ohio, Massachusetts, and Germany with the MIT Industrial Performance Center and the Work of the Future Task Force. She has a background in technology policy and physics, and interviewed roadside auto mechanics as a Fulbright fellow in Ghana. Born and raised in San Francisco, California, she has worked with the Fab Lab network across 60+ countries to foster creative problem-solving and sustainable development.