O-day’min Ward Councillor photo.

Profile for City of Edmonton O-day’min Ward Councillor.

Anne is a born and raised Edmontonian who is honoured to represent Ward O-day'min and serve all of Edmonton. She is passionate about building an equitable city that serves all residents.

After graduating high school, Anne spent 10 years studying, working, and travelling abroad. She received an undergraduate in International Development and Economics at Trent University, which included a year abroad in Ghana. She then went on to pursue a Masters in City Design at the London School of Economics and started a career in urban planning in the UK. Following 5 years overseas, Anne moved to Vancouver where she worked in industrial land use planning at Port Metro Vancouver.
 
Anne was excited to return to Edmonton in 2012 to take a position at the City of Edmonton. She spent 7 years working on a range of planning projects while also volunteering on the board of the Right at Home Housing Society. In 2019, Anne left the City to join Right at Home full-time to focus on delivering a range of affordable housing solutions to meet the diverse needs of our community. She was thrilled to be elected to Edmonton City Council in October 2021.
 
Anne lives in Oliver with her partner and 3-year-old daughter. She loves to camp, bike, read, and spend time with family and friends taking in the many great amenities that Ward O-day’min has to offer.

Anne loves hearing from Edmontonians and invites anyone with an idea to strengthen their community to reach out anytime!

Ward Name Origin

Indigenous language of origin: Anishinaabe
Name Meaning: Strawberry or Heart-berry (The heart through which the North Saskatchewan River runs). 


Pronunciation: Oh-DAY-min