I'm Anne Lee Steele, currently a MA candidate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. I'm also a Reproducible Research Fellow at the Open Knowledge Foundation.
Before moving to Switzerland, I researched conservation in Bhutan, led student expeditions in Nepal, and coded data visualizations for a Washington DC think tank. As an undergraduate at Columbia University, I studied global cities and natural resource conflict and designed media for different organizations in New York City. I'm interested in how technology and the environment affect people and their politics (i.e. supply chains, legal accountability, resource governance), and I've written about how important those in the middle are for translating such complicated issues. For me, this means working between disciplines, and using modern tools to make them accessible.
When I'm not thinking about business and human rights issues, I'm either in the mountains, writing, or using a camera. Take a look at my LinkedIn or Instagram to learn more about me. And of course, feel free to get in touch. ✉