Annē Linn

The Demographic and Health Surveys Program, CCP and ICF | Communications Associate

Annē Linn is a Communications Associate with CCP and is seconded to the Demographic and Health Surveys Program, where she works as a dissemination specialist. In this role, she works to facilitate the use of data from household surveys to promote evidence-based decision-making. She has supported survey dissemination and data use in Tanzania, Angola, Senegal, Liberia, and Mozambique. Malaria is her primary area of technical expertise, and she has worked to develop both in-person and online curricula to help data users interpret the malaria indicators provided by household surveys. Annē earned a Bachelor’s Degree in French, Spanish, and Global Studies from Pacific Lutheran University and a Master’s in Public Health from Tulane University, where she specialized in International and Health and Development through the Peace Corps Masters International Program. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal, where her work focused on proactive community case management of malaria, cervical cancer screening, and harm reduction regarding mercury exposure among artisanal gold miners.