Anne Kagi, MPA
Anne Kagi has a background in nonprofit operations, program implementation and grants management. Working primarily with programs that support children, youth and families, Anne has facilitated group strategic planning and guided nonprofit teams through needs assessments, program evaluation, government relations and public outreach.
Through experience in direct service, program administration, board leadership, and grantmaking, Anne understands the dynamic and often complex environment in which nonprofits operate. Most recently, she worked with the federally funded (SAMSHA) National Child Traumatic Stress Network, where she facilitated partnership development between 81 children’s mental-health programs across the country, helped grantee agencies to diversify board leadership, and coached program staff on strategies to engage up-and- coming leaders. She is passionate about helping organizations find effective ways to include the people they serve into decision making and planning.
Anne earned a Masters in Public Administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University while working at the Central New York Community Foundation. She has a B.A. in Political Science from Colorado College, where she also discovered a love of outdoor leadership while guiding groups into the wilderness.
To contact Anne, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.