Anna Brandt

  • Assistant Dean of Students
  • Coordinator, LEAD program

Offices

Education

MS Ed, childhood education, Lehman College
MS Ed, higher education, University of Pennsylvania
BA, sociology/anthropology, Dension University

Biography

Anna Brandt joined the Oberlin campus community in fall 2014. In her role, she teaches LEAD courses and works one-on-one with students, with the goal of empowering students and helping them be academically successful. She also serves as an academic advisor, a role in which she helps students navigate challenges and connect to resources across campus.

Prior to Oberlin, she worked at both K-12 and higher education institutions in positions related to college access and success. She received an undergraduate degree in sociology/anthropology at Denison University, and received master‘s degrees in childhood education from Lehman College and higher education at the University of Pennsylvania.

Outside of work, Brandt enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring Cleveland, traveling, and playing/watching sports (Go, Cavs!). 

Fall 2021

First-Year Posse Scholar Success — LEAD 115
Building Habits for Success — LEAD 180
Individual Study — LEAD 900
Individual Study — LEAD 900B
Individual Study — LEAD 901

Spring 2022

Building Habits for Success — LEAD 180
Individual Study — LEAD 900
Individual Study — LEAD 900B
Individual Study — LEAD 901

News

Oberlin’s 15th Posse

October 22, 2021

Early in the fall semester, 10 Oberlin students from Chicago met in Tappan Square for the ceremonial start of their college journey.