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LeAnne Moss

Co-Founder and Director

Economic Opportunity Institute

HQ Phone: (206) 633-6580

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Economic Opportunity Institute


Seattle, Washington 98101

United States

Company Description

EOI is an independent, nonpartisan, non-profit public policy center using research, education and advocacy to shape public debate and advance new policy ideas that help build an economy that works - for everyone. Working in concert with grassroots organ ... more

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Employment History

The Third Sector Company Inc

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

Executive Director, Funding Alliance


Executive Director

Women's Funding Alliance


Executive Director
Workforce Development Council

Board Member

Board Member
Economic Opportunity Institute

Board Member
Washington Wilderness Coalition

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LeAnne Moss

LeAnne Moss Executive Director As executive director since 1996, LeAnne oversees the vision, leadership and development of the Women's Funding Alliance. She is directly involved in organizational, board and staff development, fundraising, public outreach, and the grantmaking program. Before coming to WFA, LeAnne founded and led a women's microenterprise program in Michigan. She has a passion for social justice and making a difference in the world, and she sees that working to improve the lives of women and girls is the best way to make that happen. In 2006, LeAnne was awarded our area's Women of Influence award. She currently sits on the Workforce Development Council of Seattle/King County and the Economic Opportunity Institute Board of Directors. In her spare time, LeAnne loves to get outdoors to hike, ski, or enjoy other adventures. She also loves yoga, spending time with her feline and other friends, and writing amusing poems and songs for her staff and board.

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LeAnne Moss, Executive Director of Women's Funding Alliance LeAnne Moss has more than 20 years of experience in non-profit executive leadership. Since 1996, she has been the executive director of the Women's Funding Alliance (WFA), the leading foundation in Washington state that invests in and advocates for women and girls. Over the last few years, LeAnne has spearheaded the Alliance's organizational change process, which has resulted in an expanded mission, a landmark report on the status of women and girls, and increased funding to community organizations. In 2006, LeAnne was the recipient of the Puget Sound Business Journal's Women of Influence Award. She currently sits on the boards of Economic Opportunity Institute and Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County. Prior to joining WFA, LeAnne was founder and executive director of a women's economic development and microenterprise organization in Michigan.
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LeAnne Moss, former executive director, Women's Funding Alliance, Seattle

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"Women today need to be financially educated and comfortable with managing their money," says LeAnne Moss, executive director of the Washington State Women's Funding Alliance.

"We need to change the business model for philanthropy," says Moss.
Moss suggests that women also need to move beyond traditional "charity.
"Young women often start as volunteers for events, then attendees and finally as supporters," says Moss.

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