Anna Dausman is a facilitator and community builder with a decade of experience designing purpose-driven gatherings. At the Center for Social Impact Strategy, Anna manages residential programs, virtual workshops and youth social impact curriculum, with a special focus on ‘Impact Houses’, residencies hosted in natural retreats around the world. At the start of the pandemic, Anna led the development of a new, virtual social impact curriculum for high school students, with AFS Intercultural Programs. She enjoys any opportunity to facilitate small groups, build connections among new cohorts, and find the shared language in any situation. Anna holds an MPA from Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in Linguistics and Community Studies from the College of William & Mary.