Anna Prow brings more than 20 years of civil society leadership to her role as Managing Director of CLC. In this role, she directs internal operations and facilitates CLC’s long-term and short-term strategic planning processes, ensuring that CLC maintains an efficient operational and administrative infrastructure to support the organization’s continuing growth.
Previously, Anna served as the Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Enough Project, where she lead the development and execution of organization-wide priorities, processes, campaigns, products and strategies. Anna provided strategic direction, operational management and achieved shared understanding around core functions and mission delivery.
Prior to Enough, Anna worked at National Democratic Institute, Health Care Without Harm and Friends of the Earth in central roles to align policy, practice and programs. She advanced academic, cross-cultural and operational goals as Academic Director of the School for International Training's Madagascar study abroad program. She has extensive experience in international development, both in the U.S. and in the field, including two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar and five years at Peace Corps HQ. She started her career, and founded her commitment to learning, as a public high school teacher.
Anna served five years as a volunteer leader with Human Rights Campaign, including a role on HRC's Board of Governors. She holds an MS in Urban Policy Analysis from The New School.