Anne McKune joined the Community Foundation of Louisville in 2015 and has served in several capacities during her tenure, including as Senior Program Officer and Director of Philanthropy. Her most recent role as the inaugural Vice President of Advancement marries Anne’s deep knowledge about the Foundation’s work with her expertise in managing strategic partner relationships and aligning fundholder interests for community impact.
Anne has over 18 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, providing leadership in the areas of advancement, strategic philanthropy, and partnership development. Prior to joining the Foundation, Anne served as the Director of Development for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, where she supported the organization’s work in the areas of education, advocacy, and litigation. Anne holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in French and International Studies from the University of Richmond, Virginia, and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where her work focused on community and organizational development. Anne loves to travel, and her work and studies have taken her across the globe, from southern France to the Amazon to the African Sahel. In her free time, Anne enjoys spending time outdoors with her son John and her dog Harley.