Washington State University
Climate change seed grant, 2022
This seed grant funded the early development of ClimTo, a goal-setting app helping people prepare for climate impacts, founded by Anne in 2022. It helped fund user and customer discovery, as well as the creation of and iteration on the first end-to-end prototype of our user interface.
US National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center
Workshop grant, 2020
Support from SESYNC enabled Anne and collaborator James Holland Jones to convene experts on climate adaptation and climate-adaptation-adjacent research from across disciplines. Products included our 2022 Nature Climate Change paper and our 2023 special issue in Philosophical Transactions in the Royal Society, as well as spinoff collaborations involving workshop participants.
NSF Cultural Anthropology
Senior research grant, 2021
This grant jumpstarted the Tanzania Sociality and Fisheries Project and funded postdoc Dr Kris Smith. The original summary from NSF’s archives is here and our successful application is here.