Anne Mosle

Vice President, The Aspen Institute; Executive Director, Ascend, The Aspen Institute

Anne Mosle is a vice president and executive director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute. A leader in building pathways to opportunity for low-income children, women, and families, her expertise is in the sweet spot of policy, practice, and philanthropy, and she has been a catalytic force in the two-generation approach. Among other roles, Mosle was previously a vice president and officer of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, where she led the creation of its Family Economic Security Portfolio, and president of the Washington Area Women’s Foundation. Her honors include the American Health and Human Services Friedman Lifetime Achievement Award, and her board service includes the national trustees council of America’s Promise.

Videos/Audio of Anne Mosle

One of the most effective ways to break the cycle of poverty is to invest in children and families in the earliest... See more
In the United States today, nearly half of all children are born into families with low incomes. Bold leadership and... See more
Significant disparities in early learning experiences for low-income children can set the stage for achievement gaps... See more
Join Jackie Bezos of Bezos Family Foundation, Ellen Galinsky of the Families and Work Institute and Anne Mosle of... See more
What does the momentum around early childhood mean for young parents and their own prospects? The Bezos Family... See more
During his 2014 State of the Union address, President Obama announced, “When women succeed, America succeeds.” Women... See more