Anna Hall grew up in Baltimore, Maryland as the oldest of four siblings. She graduated from Bryn Mawr School in 1998 and from Princeton University in 2002, where she captained the Tiger squash team as a senior..
She worked for many non-profits in the Baltimore area, specifically the Baltimore Urban Debate League, a competitive, public school debate league with a mission to build confidence, self-agency, and academic success. Anna moved to Charleston, South Carolina where she launched Charleston Urban Squash, an after-school athletic and academic program for underserved youth. From there, Anna relocated to St. Simons Island, Georgia and raised funds for the St. Simons Land Trust before transitioning to a role with the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation in communications, fund development, and donor services.
Anna lives in North Chattanooga with her husband, Steve, and three children, RJ, Reese, and Addy, and enjoys parenting in the modern world, squash, and sitting on the front porch swing.