With 10+ year of experience in non-profit and institutional fundraising, Anne is a strategic development professional who works across programs and in collaboration with executive leaders to ensure the sustainability and growth of non-profits and programs. She has experience assembling a diverse revenue portfolio that includes government, corporate, foundation, and individual sources. Before joining Issue One, Anne served as the director of development at Polaris, a leading anti- human trafficking organization, where she led a team that produced double digit growth year over year. Before Polaris, she served as the associate director of development in the Global Economy and Development program at the Brookings Institution and previous to that, as director of development at the Campaign for America’s Future.

Anne holds a B.A. in history from the University of Virginia and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of Chicago.


Read “Why We Left Congress: How the Legislative Branch Is Broken and What We Can Do About It”

Issue One’s new joint report with the R Street Institute examines the legislative branch’s dysfunction through conversations with members who have voluntarily departed in the 2018 cycle. Read the full report and proposed solutions in “Why We Left Congress: How the Legislative Branch is Broken and What We Can Do About Ithere.