Senior Vice President, Mobilization
provides World Vision U.S.
with leadership and insight in the areas of fundraising, communications, donor relations, and church relations.
She holds a B.A. in psychology from Augsburg College and an M.A. in telecommunications from the University of Michigan.
has extensive experience across a variety of communications fields.
She joined World Vision in 1985 as the first female videographer in Ethiopia to raise awareness of the food crisis that would become a historic famine, and she provided support throughout Africa before coming to work in the United States office in 1988.
In 2004, Mussa was named senior vice president for Advocacy and Communications, with fundraising added to her portfolio five years later.
tenure with World Vision
has provided brand leadership and overseen the development of advocacy and government relations initiatives, the creation of award-winning print and electronic communications, and the launch of a $500 million campaign.
She has been an advocate for women in philanthropy and leadership, as well as spearheading other groundbreaking communications and marketing efforts.
Mussa currently serves on the board of directors for VisionFund, World Vision's microfinance subsidiary.