Anna Rittenburg is a sophomore double majoring in Applied Mathematics and Public Health and minoring in Financial Economics and Entrepreneurship and Management. Last summer, Anna worked at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health with the Director of Regulatory and Policy Affairs to complete a statewide regulatory and budget review and to participate on various projects dealing with lead abatement and radiofrequency waves. This summer she will be traveling abroad to the Republic of Georgia where she will be working at Transparency International with their Senior Analyst to examine reforms in the public finance, healthcare, and economic sectors. On campus, Anna is the Director of Internal Standards for TAMID and the Campus Manager for a custom apparel company called Fresh Prints. Anna one day hopes to find herself on a career path that combines her interests in health, entrepreneurship, and finance, but for now you can often find her running the Hopkins campus loop in her free time or studying on M level of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library.