Meet the members of the Voices for National Service staff team.
For more than two decades AnnMaura has worked to expand opportunities for young people to serve across the United States and around the world. She serves as President of Voices for National Service, a coalition of hundreds of service organizations that work together to advance citizen service policy, established in 2003. Additionally, AnnMaura is a […]Read More »
As Senior Director for Advocacy and Outreach, Amanda Hooper leads Voices for National Service’s efforts to engage leaders across the country in support of national service. She drives Voices for National Service’s presence in the states, identifies new partnerships, and develops innovative strategies for growing and strengthening the chorus of voices for national service. Amanda brings a decade of […]Read More »
As Managing Director of Voices for National Service, Jennifer works to position national service as a viable policy solution to tackle unmet needs, expand opportunity and leverage social capital. Jennifer also serves as the Vice President for Public Policy at City Year, an education-focused nonprofit that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time […]Read More »
As Director of Public Policy, Mary Billington advances Voices for National Service’s research and policy initiatives. She leads the coalition’s efforts to produce original research reports that showcase the impact of national service programs and make the case for increased investment in national service. Mary also represents the coalition on Capitol Hill, helping to bolster […]Read More »
As Sr. National Mobilization Manager for Voices for National Service, Nate is responsible for providing operational support for the Voices for National Service coalition. This includes the management of digital media strategy, annual fundraising drives, and event planning for policy forums, conferences, congressional awards receptions, and Capitol Hill Days. Prior to joining Voices for National Service, Nate worked […]Read More »