Anne Stanton has over 20 years of experience developing and implementing groundbreaking programs and initiatives that promote equitable outcomes for low-income youth and communities. She is the principal architect behind the Linked Learning movement, a coordinated effort at the intersection of education, industry, and community to connect all youth to college, career, and purpose. Before joining the Alliance, Anne was The James Irvine Foundation’s Program Director for Youth. She has served as the Board Chair of Grantmakers for Education, the nation’s largest affinity membership organization for private and public philanthropies that support improved education outcomes for students from early childhood through higher education. In addition, Anne was an advisor to the White House Council for Community Solutions work focused on Opportunity Youth and the Leadership Council for The Aspen Institute’s Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund.
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