Executive Leadership Group Member

Anne Mosle
Vice President
Aspen Institute

Anne Mosle is a nationally recognized leader on cross-sector solutions for advancing economic and well-being of children, women, and families. She currently serves as a vice president at the Aspen Institute and executive director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute. Under her leadership, Ascend has catalyzed a modern, equity-focused two-generation movement that has resulted in significant national, state and local policy and practice innovations, as well as public and philanthropic investments. Mosle brings expertise and passion to the field of leadership development, including the creation of the Aspen Institute Ascend Fellowship dedicated to intergenerational economic and social mobility and the Eleanor Roosevelt Global Leadership Institute. In addition, Mosle serves as co-chair and founder of the Aspen Forum on Women and Girls. Prior to the Aspen Institute, Mosle served as a vice president and executive officer of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), where she served on the executive council and directed $140+ million in annual investments in grantmaking and impact investments. She led the development of WKKF’s first family economic security portfolio, placed-based programming in New Mexico and mission-driven investing program.  Mosle serves on select advisory boards including: American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) Executive Governing Board; Department of Health and Human Services Maternal and Child Health Bureau National Experts Panel; and New York City's inaugural Administration of Children’s Services, Division of Child and Family Well-Being. Mosle has received distinguished awards including Washingtonian of the Year and APHSA's 2017 Jerry W. Friedman Health and Human Services Impact Award.

  

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