Anne Wenzel is an economist and writer based in Menlo Park, California. She is a lecturer of economics at San Francisco State University and works as an economics subject matter expert, formerly as Principal with Econosystems and now as a professional freelance economist.
Wenzel received her B.A. and M.A. in economics from San Francisco State University. A long-time resident of the San Francisco Peninsula, she has taught at the University of San Francisco, Menlo College, and Baker College Online (Flint, Michigan).
Her work interests include conducting regional compensation analyses for unions and government associations engaged in contract negotiations, and conducting lost earnings and support analyses for civil lawsuits.
Past and current clients include Joanna Moss, Ph.D., Jack Osman, Ph.D. (subcontract work for the Santa Clara County Association of Government Attorneys), Contra Costa Defenders Association, and the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA).
In 2019, Wenzel earned the Online Novel Writing Certificate through Stanford Continuing Studies. She is at work on an historical novel set in Northern California during the years of Prohibition, the Great Depression, World War II, and 1970s San Francisco. Her first book, The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Market Research, was published in 2012 as part of Praeger’s Entrepreneur’s Guide series.