Anna White moved to Boston from Albany, New York and has been a resident of the City for more than 20 years. She has a deep passion for civic engagement and brings to the role a wealth of public service and community engagement experience. White served as a two-term President of the South Boston MOMS Club and Co-President of the South Boston Association of Non-Profits for six years. She was also a board member for Medicine Wheel Productions (now known as Spoke) and a multi-term elected member to the CityWide Parent Council of the Henderson School.
White currently lives in South Boston with her husband and three children. She volunteers at St. Monica’s Kitchen, and is an active member of the CitySide Neighborhood Organization and the Office of Recovery Services Youth Prevention Advisory Board. She enjoys reading books from the South Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library, eating the food her spouse makes, watching old seasons of Clone Wars and Top Chef with her kids, and exploring all of South Boston