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Anne Mosle

Vice President; Executive Director, Ascend; and Co-Chair, Forum on Women and Girls, The Aspen Institute

Anne Mosle is a Vice President and the Founding Executive Director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute and serves as co-chair of the Aspen Institute Forum on Women and Girls. A trailblazing leader in forging new pathways to opportunity for children, women, and families with low incomes, Mosle’s expertise is in the sweet spot of policy, practice, and philanthropy. She has been a catalytic force in the two-generation (2Gen) approach for child and family well-being. She is a nationally recognized social impact innovator, speaker, and writer. Mosle founded Ascend at the Aspen Institute in 2010 with a clear mission: to spark and spread breakthroughs in the ways we think about and invest in leadership to foster the well-being of children and the adults in their lives, together. In the dozen years since, Ascend has propelled a national movement to shift the odds back in favor of families. Mosle was previously a VP and officer of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, where she led the Family Economic Security, Civic and Philanthropic Engagement, and Impact Investing teams. Most importantly, Mosle is trusted by parents and families as a committed listener, collaborative leader, and unwavering champion of both their and their children’s success.

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