Anna Hartman

Department of Management and Marketing

Thesis: EGGS TO MARKET Strategies for navigating a stigmatized marketplace

Anna Hartman is a late stage PhD candidate in the Department of Management and Marketing. Her research interests sit at the boundary of marketing and management with a focus on how institutions and consumer culture shape market dynamics. Her dissertation research examines the commercial fertility market, in particular the role of actors and institutions in shaping the marketplace for third-party reproduction.

Prior to graduate research, Anna worked as a marketing communications practitioner for brands in the US and Australian specialty food, wine and beverage sector and was an adjunct lecturer of Public Relations and Communications Management at RMIT University, Australia.

Qualifications include:

  • MCom (Marketing) University of Melbourne
  • MSc (Integrated Marketing Communications) Golden Gate University
  • BA (Culture, Ecology & Sustainable Community in Sustainable Enterprise) New College of California
  • DipHSc (Clinical Nutrition) Endeavour College