As Hispanics in Philanthropy’s Senior Program Manager: Equity and Leadership Initiatives, Anne works to create, support, and grow programs across silos, regions, and disciplines that strengthen the Latino nonprofit and philanthropic ecosystem, and lead to improved impact in Latino communities. Through strategic transnational, regional, and local collaboration, these programs and initiatives improve health, education, workforce development, and other life-changing outcomes for Latino communities and families in the Americas. Previously, as Program Manager, Health and Education Focused Initiatives, Anne successfully led eight of Hispanics in Philanthropy’s grantmaking and technical assistance programs that worked nationally in the U.S. to support education, a culture of health, and capacity building for nonprofits.
Anne’s track record as a multicultural, multidisciplinary, leader in the social sector has spanned the public and private domains through collaborations with USAID-funded projects and a variety of private nonprofits and foundations in Mexico and the United States. She has also worked on academic research initiatives: first on stress and public health at Harvard University and McGill University, and later on evaluations of educational programs at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) in Mexico City. Anne holds a Master’s degree in International Education Policy from Harvard University, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from McGill University.