Anna Clark

Anna Clark

Stanford

Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

Engineering

Anna Clark, of Tokyo, Japan and Danbury, Connecticut, and currently living in the Philippines, is a senior at Stanford University earning a BS in Engineering Physics and a MSc in Management Science & Engineering.  She is interested in macro-scale power systems engineering to design more efficient and resilient energy systems that allow for an increased penetration of renewables into the grid. Anna is a Stanford Schultz Graduate Fellow, Department of Energy SULI, and research assistant at the Stanford Natural Capital Project. She presented a first-author paper at the TORQUE conference hosted by the European Academy of Wind Energy, which was later published in "Journal of Physics: Conference Series.” As President of the Stanford Energy Club, she connected students to energy careers and research, founded a 5-week bootcamp for new undergraduates to engage with energy leaders in industry and academia, and raised $30K for the club. With local high schools, Anna co-founded the POWER Initiative to introduce students from marginalized communities to energy topics through graduate students’ presentations of their research. In her free time, Anna scuba dives, is an amateur pastry chef, and runs (preferably half marathons). Anna will study Smart & Sustainable Cities at Trinity College Dublin.