Annie Kramer became the Fellowship, Student and Alumni Programs Coordinator at CISAC in January 2014. Previously, she served as the Research and Administrative Assistant to Lynn Eden and Martha Crenshaw from July 2013-January 2014.
Annie earned a bachelor of arts in American Studies with honors and distinction from Stanford University in June 2013. Her award-winning senior honors thesis, "At the Dawn of the Atomic Age, Between Hell and Reason," was on French intellectual and media responses to the atomic bombings of Japan.
She took a year off from Stanford to work alongside the executive director of Friends of Alta, a non-profit land trust in Alta, Utah, as the first-ever Bill Levitt Fellow.
Annie is fluent in French, Italian and Spanish. At Stanford, she has performed French-to-English translation on interview transcripts from Rwanda for the Graduate School of Education, served as a French and Italian tutor for the Center for Teaching and Learning, and assisted with research at the Bill Lane Center for the American West.
Her outdoor adventures have landed her on five continents and included a successful summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and a stint as a volunteer farmhand in Iceland.