An-Me Chung is Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Mozilla Foundation, a public charity best known as the makers of Firefox. One of the world’s largest social enterprises, Mozilla promotes openness, innovation, and opportunity online; and creates open standards that enable innovation, access, and opportunity for all. Before joining Mozilla, Chung was the associate director of education for U.S. Programs at the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation where she supported initiatives to improve student learning through the use of digital media. Prior to this, she led the education grantmaking at the C.S. Mott Foundation and partnered with the U.S. Department of Education to build the afterschool field by supporting training and technical assistance, research and evaluation, policy development, and public awareness and outreach. This partnership won the Public Excellence Award and was a semi-finalist for the Kennedy School of Government “Innovations in American Government” award. As associate director at the National Institute on Out-of-School Time at the Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College, she directed the Save the Children Out-of-School Time Rural Initiative.
Chung has served/is on a number of boards including Mid-West Chinese Family Camp, Nomi Network, Hive Digital Media Learning Fund, Funders Collaborative for Innovative Measurement, Grantmakers for Education, Community Foundation of Greater Flint, and the Out-of-School Funders Network. Chung is in inaugural class of Presidential Leadership Scholars, a fellowship program co-sponsored by the presidential libraries of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon Johnson. She brings her experience and passion for building a brighter and better future for young people to the open education world