Anne Sekula is dynamic nonprofit professional, with a broad set of experiences covering many fields and disciplines. Anne is the founder of Sekula Consulting, a firm focused on the nonprofit and philanthropic sector, and specializing in issues research and project management. Anne served as Vice President of Programs at The Erie Community Foundation, overseeing grants and special initiatives in the areas of education, workforce development, and healthcare. Prior to her time in Erie, Anne was a Manager at the former consulting firm of Dewey & Kaye, where she specialized in issues research, organizational assessment, program evaluation, strategic restructuring, and planning projects in the areas of education, technology, youth development, workforce development, and community development. Anne completed her Masters degree at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education with a focus on risk and prevention within the Human Development and Psychology Department. This program provided a cross-disciplinary program for practitioners with a focus on practical applications for child, adolescent, and family prevention strategies.
Anne served as the founding director of the Remake Learning Council.