Anne Marie Burgoyne

Anne Marie Burgoyne

Managing Director, Philanthropy, Emerson Collective

Anne Marie Burgoyne is the Managing Director, Philanthropy at Emerson Collective (EC) where she leads the organization’s philanthropic investments across a wide array of sectors, including education, immigration, environmental justice, and health equity. She also works with the diverse team across the Collective to assure that partner organizations access EC’s capacity building, communications, convening, technology and advocacy supports. Anne Marie has served on the boards of over 30 nonprofits and is currently on the boards of Hope Enterprise Corporation, The Management Center and Waverley Street Foundation and the advisory boards of College Track.

Before joining EC, Anne Marie was a Managing Director at the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation where she made early-stage grants to high-growth, high-impact non-profits. She was also a lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a nonprofit Executive Director, an investment banker, and an executive of a technology services company. Anne Marie received her MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and holds a BA in English and a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and its Wharton School, respectively. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two terrific girls and enjoys walking, yoga, cooking and cabaret singing.


Voices from the Field

A Funder’s Learnings on Supporting Partners Beyond the Grant

Posted on October 4, 2022 by Anne Marie Burgoyne

A notebook on a spring with the text CAPACITY BUILDING on a white sheet lies on a wooden table with colored pens.
When I joined Laurene Powell’s team to formalize and scale philanthropy at Emerson Collective, my first goal was to build on the generosity and energy of her early philanthropy. Laurene’s early work in philanthropy was in founding College Track—an organization dedicated to confronting systemic barriers in high education, today serving nearly 4,000 students per year nationwide. From this experience, she… Read More