Anne has lived in Woodley for 35 years and her two children attended Woodley Church of England primary school and Waingels College.
She is a science graduate who at one time worked for the Meteorology Office but for some time has worked in space science, supporting satellite operations for European space missions.
As a STEM ambassador, Anne attends local careers fairs and school science events where she describes her work to children and young people, encouraging their interest in science and technology.
Anne has been a Town Councillor since 2011, she performs conservation work and veteran tree surveys and is passionate about all aspects of the environment.
She is an enthusiastic supporter of the Climate Emergency Action Plans of Wokingham Borough and Woodley Town councils, and supports both councils in achieving the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
Anne says “It has been a privilege to represent the people of Woodley on the Town Council over the last 10 years. I am keen to continue to work to improve the environment and services for residents, and to pursue this at a broader level.”