Annie Lascoe is Director of Development at The Kelsey. In her role, she has the privilege of inspiring donors to support The Kelsey’s work through transformative partnerships and funding opportunities.
Prior to joining The Kelsey, Annie led fundraising at Accountability Counsel, a human rights nonprofit that supports communities around the world harmed by internationally financed projects; and at DigDeep, a water rights nonprofit expanding water access to families across the US. Previously, she was the co-founder of Conscious Period, the first period products company to address menstrual equity in the US.
Annie holds a Master of Social Work from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Women & Gender Studies and Italian from Washington University in St. Louis.
What part of The Kelsey’s mission are you proudest to be part of / support?
I’m deeply moved by the work that The Kelsey does to fiercely advocate for inclusion, for disability-forward policy and design, and for centering the lived experience of people with disabilities. I’m so excited to support The Kelsey’s work and learn from disabled leaders, community members, and allies in this space.
What do you want to create Home for More of?
I want to create Home for More belonging, love, connection, safety, and freedom.