Anne C. Kubisch
Oversees general operations, program and staff development, external relations with partners, press, stakeholders; reports to Board for execution of policies. (Does not select investments.)
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Anne Kubisch joined The Ford Family Foundation in 2013 as its second president. She came to the Foundation after 19 years at The Aspen Institute (New York), an international non-profit leadership development and policy studies organization.
She founded and served as director of the Aspen Roundtable on Community Change, a national resource center that advised policymakers, funders and practitioners on strategies for improving outcomes for low-income children, families and communities.
From 1977 to 1993, Anne worked in the international development field on poverty, health and economic vitality programs in Latin America and Africa.
Anne currently serves on the Portland Branch Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and on the board of Foundations for a Better Oregon (Chalkboard Project). She is also a member of Oregon Governor Kate Brown's Early Learning Council.
Anne holds a master’s degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and a bachelor of arts degree in English from Tufts University.
She is married to Mark Montgomery, professor of economics at Stony Brook University, NY, and senior research associate at The Population Council, NY. They have two children, Marina and Nicholas.
Other languages: French, Spanish