Anna Griffin

September 14, 2017

Anna first joined 826 National as Program Development and Support Coordinator and helped build 826 Digital’s library of curricular resources prior to its launch. Before 826, Anna served as a high school English teacher for eight years in New Orleans and in her home city of Chicago. Now a fanatic El Cerritan, Anna loves jumping through East Bay creeks with her daughter.

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