Anna Murveit is an Associate, who has supported the Regulatory and Governmental Affairs Practice for over three years. Anna supports clients who work on energy and water policy in the context of climate change. Anna serves as the Communications and Outreach Program Manager for the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC), dam removal entity for the largest river restoration project in the nation. She represents KRRC at public events, produces marketing collateral and press releases, and maintains relationships with partners and supporters. Anna has supported the Western Water Program at Environmental Defense Fund as a facilitator and project manager to refine the Program’s strategy and goals through workshops with foundations, practitioners, and trustees. Anna has also supported the largest independent power producer in California through policy research, analysis, and strategic engagement regulatory proceedings. Prior to joining CEA, Anna worked as an instructor at Google Self Driving Car (now Waymo), training autonomous vehicle test drivers.
Anna holds a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Geology and Environmental Humanities from Whitman College. She has experience as a hydrological field technician for the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and ecological research assistant for Florida International University. While at Whitman, Anna served as Co-President of Whitman Direct Action and designed a citizen science and drinking water quality community education program in a rural Guatemalan village.