After 15 years as a change leader in the social sector, Anna Prow founded Trellis Partners to help nonprofits achieve strength from change and growth. She believes that nonprofit organizations are among society’s best hopes for bringing about a more just world, and that to do so, social enterprises must operate as effectively and efficiently as they can—and they must possess the resilience to surmount and learn from inevitable challenges. In notable executive positions with Center for American Progress, National Democratic Institute, Health Care Without Harm/Practice Greenhealth, Friends of the Earth US, the Enough Project at New Venture Fund, and Campaign Legal Center — as well as a volunteer leader for the Human Rights Campaign — Anna has partnered with pre-eminent civil society leaders and their teams to take their organizations to next level excellence. Undergirding her social sector experience is a career chapter as a public high school English teacher and corporate trainer for Anheuser-Busch. Anna served as a teacher trainer Peace Corps Volunteer and then as an academic director for School for International Training’s study abroad program, both in Madagascar. Anna has an MS in Urban Policy from the New School. She’s based in Washington, DC.