Director of Social Innovation
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Anne Wintroub is the Director of Social Innovation for the AT&T Foundation, specializing in philanthropy and program development in ed-tech, media and the arts. She leads the AT&T Aspire Accelerator for ed-tech startups, and built the AT&T social innovation portfolio. A tireless intrapreneur, Anne has developed programs with partners including Google, Warner Media (Warner Bros, HBO, CNN) and Khan Academy, and has created countless learning and skills-building experiences for young people across the country. Anne is the founder of The Augie Fund, which provides free glasses and lenses to children across the Bay Area in partnership with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. She was previously the Deputy Director for the San Francisco Public Library Foundation and the Director of Communications for KQED Public Broadcasting, the highest rated public broadcasting station in the country. Anne is a board member for 826 National, a network of youth writing and tutoring centers, and San Francisco Grants for the Arts. She received her Master of Arts from New York University in Performance Studies and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California Davis.