Ann Ramsay-Jenkins

 

Ann Ramsay-Jenkins

Ann Ramsay-Jenkins is co-founder of the College Success Foundation.  Ann retired from day-to-day operations of CSF in 2013, having served as vice chair of the Board for many years.  She still continues to serve as a member of the Board of Directors.

Ann has chaired the UW Medicine Board, served two terms as a member of Washington's Higher Education Coordinating Board, chaired the United Way of King County Board, the Seattle Repertory Theatre Board of Trustees and was founding chair of the Seattle Repertory Theatre Foundation.

She is also active in a number of other civic, professional and community organizations. Ann's professional experience includes a five-year term as director of the Office of Budgets at Harvard University, as assistant secretary of Administration & Finance for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and as a management associate in the Office of Management & Budget, Executive Office of the President, in Washington, D.C. She was appointed a White House Fellow in 1972 and served in the Executive Office of the President, Office of Drug Abuse Prevention, where she received the Distinguished Service Award in 1973.

Ann, a graduate of Skidmore College, has been a director of Indian Head Banks, Inc. in New Hampshire. She also served as a board member of the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and as a member of President Carter's Advisory Committee for Women.