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.

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The original definition of philanthropy is “the love ofhumankind.” Going back to the roots of this word, how areleading... See more
Economic inequality is more dramatic and pervasive than ever before, and the physical, emotional, and intellectual well... See more
Our networks—personal and professional relationships, club memberships, and faith communities, among others—help us to... See more
In the US today, shockingly, 40 percent of children—nearly 30.5 million—live in low-income families. What are the best... See more
It’s time to harness the momentum of lessons learned globally about the power of investing in women and apply to the... See more