Anne Marie Burgoyne
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"Anne Marie Burgoyne is responsible for identifying and supporting Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation Entrepreneurs and creating infrastructure for the support of the Entrepreneurs and their organizations.
"Before joining Draper Richards Kaplan, Anne Marie was the Executive Director of United Cerebral Palsy of the Golden Gate where she undertook a successful financial and operational turn-around and program merger. Prior, Anne Marie was a Roberts Enterprise Development Fund Farber Fellow at Community Gatepath, a non-profit that provides services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. During her time with the agency, she doubled the capacity of the children's center and grew the agency's client-staffed business enterprises. Before entering the non-profit arena, Anne Marie was the Vice President of Service at Digital Impact, a publicly-traded email marketing company, and an Associate at Robertson Stephens, where she did investment banking with emerging market clients.
"Currently Anne Marie serves on the boards of Agora Partnerships, Equal Opportunity Schools, Global Citizen Year, Mission Continues, Spark and Wild4life. She previously served on the boards of Build Change, Genocide Intervention Network, Grassroot Soccer, [[Little Kids Rock, LivingGoods, Mapendo International, Reentry Strategies Institute, One Acre Fund and Vision Spring (formerly Scojo Foundation).
"She is on the advisory councils for Net Impact and the Global Social Venture Competition, and plays advisory roles with Santa Clara University's Global Social Benefit Incubator and Photo Philanthropy. She is a judge for the Manhattan Institute Social Entrepreneur Award and the Social Venture Network Innovation Awards, and has been a judge for Harvard Business School's Business Plan Competition Social Venture Track, as well as a coach to the Opportunity Collaboration Cordes Fellows program. Anne Marie has written about dashboards and the use of metrics by early-stage organizations, and has had pieces published by Stanford Social Innovation Review and in blogs by Good Magazine and Sasha Dichter. "