Anna Chun has over six years of experience in finance and accounting.
As a part of Powell Strategies, Anna consults with a team to implement project management disciplines such as risk management, schedule management, and cost management.
Prior to joining Powell Strategies, Anna worked as a Financial Analyst in the higher education industry.
Outside of the office, Anna enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and newly adopted kitten, Zuko.
Anna earned her dual B.S. in Accounting and Marketing with a Minor in Global Affairs from George Mason University’s School of Business. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Technology Management from her alma mater.
Senior Vice President
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