Anna Wilking holds a PhD in cultural anthropology from NYU. Her dissertation examined female-identified sex workers in Ecuador who worked on the streets of Quito's redlight district. She earned her LMSW in clinical social work and now works as a therapist at an outpatient substance abuse clinic, specializing in couples and family therapy. Anna is also a documentary filmmaker and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. She teaches sex and gender classes at NYU and Brooklyn College.
AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST
Gender, sex, sexuality, LGBTIQ, sex work, substance abuse, trauma, human rights, legal anthropology, documentary film, social media, psychotherapy, Latin America, Ecuador