Anne has participated in two separate research experiences related to drinking water and wastewater treatment in Honduras. Her fieldwork in Honduras during 2005 was a component of the Agua Clara project conducted by Cornell University’s department of Civil and Environmental Engineering under Professor Monroe Weber-Shirk and the International Rural Water Association and coordinated through the organization Engineers for a Sustainable World. She worked in the field under the to design jar tests that determined the optimal dosage of Alum coagulant for an experimental gravity driven water treatment plant. She returned to Honduras in 2008 to study wastewater treatment as part of a year-long masters’ thesis project. Her research focused on determining if low-dosage Chemically Enhanced Primary Treatment (CEPT) was suited for a particular wastewater treatment structure called an Imhoff Tank.