Ann-Marie recently completed an MPhil in Criminology at the University of Cambridge, where she examined social justice movements against joint enterprise legislation; drawing on sentencing data, appellate statistics, and interviews, her dissertation examined thresholds of imputing secondary and inchoate liability to homicide.
Prior to attending Cambridge, Ann-Marie graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. While at Princeton, she was awarded the Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, “the highest distinction conferred on a Princeton undergraduate, awarded to the senior who has most clearly manifested excellent scholarship, strength of character, and effective leadership,” as well as the Harold Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence. A tutor since high school, Ann-Marie has worked with students ranging from elementary school to college, also serving as an editor of senior theses/fellowship applications, and a peer academic advisor for underclassmen. She has over ten years of individualized coaching/mentorship experience, and is personally invested in the successes of her students.
A recruited athlete, Ann-Marie played varsity ice hockey at Princeton, also competing for the USA Under-18 National Team in 2007. In her spare time, she enjoys landscape photography and visiting with family in Ireland.