Anna Bobb’s role at the Philanthropy Roundtable centers on serving funders in making strategic health care and mental health investments. Anna has built high profile health, legislative, and industry coalitions and strategic initiatives for corporations, non-profits, government leaders, and academic medical centers. She has led collaborative projects that bring together medical and communication executives from competing managed care organizations, pharmaceutical executives with patient groups, unions with management associations, and hospital administrators with academic physicians. Her experience spans strategy, coalition building, advocacy and development.
Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Calvin College and a master’s degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University. She completed coursework towards a doctorate in clinical psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary and was awarded an Intramural Research Training Award at the National Human Genome Research Institute.