An-Me Chung is Chief of Partnerships at Mozilla, a public charity best known as the makers of Firefox. Mozilla promotes openness, innovation, and opportunity online; and creates open standards that enable innovation, access, and opportunity for all.
Most recently, Chung was the associate director of education at the 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 Mott Foundation and partnered with the U.S. Department of Education to build the afterschool field. This partnership won the Public Excellence Award and was a semi-finalist for the Kennedy School of Government “Innovations in American Government” award. Chung has served on a number of boards including Grantmakers for Education and Community Foundation of Greater Flint. Chung has a PhD from Yale University and a BS from Washington University in St. Louis.