Anna Trevorrow grew up in Monmouth, Maine, the daughter of two Maine public school teachers. She attended public school until age 15. She graduated from Evergreen Sudbury School and went on to get a BA in English from U.S.M.
Her first venture into electoral politics was an unsuccessful run for School Committee in November 2008, followed closely by a successful run for Portland’s Charter Commission in June 2009. On the Charter Commission, Anna advocated for popular election of the mayor, ranked choice voting, and restricted mayoral salary -- all successfully passed.
Anna serves as supporting staff for three unenrolled (independent) legislators in Augusta. She is also the Director and founding member of Green Initiatives Education Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to a just and sustainable future.
Anna and her partner, Anthony Zeli, own a 2-unit building in the Bayside neighborhood.