Anna Eleanor Roosevelt

Board Chair

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (known as Anne) recently retired as the Chief Executive Officer for Goodwill of Northern New England, an influential not-for-profit social enterprise that creates jobs, delivers needed services for people with diverse challenges, uses environmentally friendly products and processes – all while earning revenue to fund Goodwill-designed workforce programs that empower individuals and families to find stability through work. She will continue to serve Goodwill as Senior Advisor through June 2019.

Anne joined Goodwill in 2011 from The Boeing Company in Chicago, where she had held the position of Vice President, Global Corporate Citizenship. Anne’s career has encompassed leadership positions in philanthropy, public policy, politics, the arts and higher education. Currently, Anne chairs The Roosevelt Institute in New York. Anne serves on the Boards of the Maine Community Foundation and the Jim Browne Foundation; she is a Fellow at the Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College and is Alternate Commissioner, Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission.

Anne holds a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University, and a Master of Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.