Anne McKune, Community Foundation of Louisville

TITLE: Program Officer

FOCUS AREAS: Louisville nonprofits, field of interest grants

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PROFILE:  Anne McKune is one of the program officers at the Community Foundation of Louisville. She has been with the foundation since February 2015 and previously worked as the development director at the ACLU of Kentucky. Before that she was a grant writer for Home of the Innocents and the director of development and strategic partnerships at the Institute for Sustainable Development.

McKune’s foundation bio shares:

Anne McKune joined the Community Foundation in 2015 as a Program Officer. In her role, Anne supports Louisville’s nonprofits and their leaders through the Foundation’s grantmaking programs and special initiatives, such as Give Local Louisville.

Anne has over 12 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, where her work has taken her across the globe, from Quito, Ecuador, to Tanout, Niger. Prior to joining the Foundation, Anne served as the Director of Development for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky. She has served on the boards of several local nonprofits, including The Coalition for the Homeless, and is a 2014 graduate of Ignite Louisville.

Anne holds a B.A. in French and International Studies from the University of Richmond and a Master’s Degree from UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Social Work, where her work focused on community and organizational development.