Annie Mahon

Founder, Pink House Foundation; Author; Buddhist mindfulness teacher

Annie Mahon is an author, ordained Buddhist mindfulness teacher and founder of the Circle Yoga Cooperative, Opening Heart Mindfulness Community, Making Visible, DC Community Yoga, and DC Yoga Week. Annie has been writing and teaching about mindfulness in daily life and Engaged Buddhism since 2004 on her blog,, Elephant Journal, and Medium, and in her book, Things I Did When I was Hangry: Navigating a Peaceful Relationship with Food (Parallax Press, 2015), which documents Annie’s search for healing through the practices of mindfulness and mindful eating. Annie has been a student of the Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh since 1997 and holds certifications in yoga, Inner Relationship Focusing and massage therapy as well as a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science and a Masters in Religious Studies. She founded The Pink House Foundation with her family to move power and money to racial justice movements.


Racial Justice in Family Philanthropy Symposium

Posted on September 19, 2021 by Vincent Robinson, Doua Thor, Dwayne S. Marsh, Irene Wong, Sandy Herz, John Matthew Sobrato, Nora Leccese, Annie Mahon, Hanna Mahon, Sam Vinal

Registration is now closed. If you have questions, please email NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Racial Justice Symposium is a two-day virtual learning opportunity for family foundation board members, CEOs, senior staff, and next generation family members seeking to deepen their knowledge around racial equity frameworks and practices. Leverage Philanthropic Partners, ABFE, Resource Generation, other experts in this space will lead… Read More