Anne is the President of the Mize Family Foundation. She has over thirty years of consulting experience in the nonprofit sector. As an organizational development consultant and philanthropist, she has worked with community groups in sub-Saharan Africa and the US. She holds a Doctorate in Psychology, and has been in private practice with youth and families since 1975. Her dissertation research was on the relationship between children’s spirituality and their connection with the natural world. Currently, Anne serves on the boards of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, Wildlife Media, the Northwest School, and on the Earthjustice Council. Anne is also a Trustee Alum at Progressive Animal Welfare Society and African Wildlife Foundation.