- Bachelor of Arts – Brown University – Department of Computer Science
- Masters in Library and Information Science – Rutgers University – School of Communications Information and Library Science
- PhD in Information Systems – School of Business George Washington University
Anne L. Washington is an assistant professor in the Organization Development and Knowledge Management Program in the School of Public Policy.
After working for software development firms including the Claris Software division of Apple Computers, she worked for Barclays Global Investors in multiple technology and corporate training positions. Before completing her PhD she was with the Congressional Research Service at the Library of Congress as an information technology librarian specializing in legislative systems.
Her dissertation investigates organization sensemaking and searching. She holds a Bachelors of Arts (BA) in computer science from Brown and a Masters in Library Information Science (MLIS) from Rutgers. Dr. Mary Granger at George Washington University, Dr. Nick Belkin at Rutgers University and Dr. Stan Zdonik at Brown University have been her academic advisors.