Anne Snyder was welcomed to The Philanthropy Roundtable in March 2016 to direct the Character Initiative, after spending the previous three years as a journalist with the H.E. Butt Family Foundation exploring issues of immigration, social class, and moral formation.
Prior to moving to Texas she worked at The New York Times in Washington, as well as World Affairs Journal and the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
She is a fellow at the Center for Opportunity Urbanism and a senior fellow at the Trinity Forum, and serves on the board of the Center for Public Justice. She has written for National Journal, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, City Journal, and other publications. She is currently the editor-in-chief of Comment magazine.
Anne holds a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College (IL) and a master’s degree from Georgetown University.
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