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As President and Chief Executive Officer for The Olin Group, Anne seeks out projects, initiatives, and people that help communities solve problems and bring about lasting change.
Anne founded The Olin Group in 2002 to help strengthen and sustain the nonprofit sector. In the last few years, The Olin Group has played a critical role in several notable initiatives including: the Anaheim Youth Needs Assessment and subsequent development of ACT Anaheim; the OC Opportunity Initiative which works to strengthen services to immigrants in the region; the establishment and management of the first multi-tenant nonprofit center in Orange County, The Village at 17th Street; the management of Families and Communities Together, the SSA-funded network of family resource centers; and the successful implementation of seven community health needs assessments on behalf of the St. Joseph Health System, among many others.
In addition to serving nonprofits through The Olin Group, Anne has herself served in a leadership capacity for foundations such as The Nicholas Endowment, the Orange County Funders Roundtable, and the Swayne Family Foundation. Finally, for 11 years she has served as the Founder and Board Chair of Charitable Ventures of Orange County, a nonprofit incubator for nonprofit initiatives that manages more than $10 million in project funds annually.
Anne holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine and a Master of Arts degree in American History with an emphasis in Immigration Policy from Claremont Graduate University. In 2017 she was awarded the OC Funders Roundtable Quiet Achiever Award for her work on behalf of Orange County.