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Ann Fulton



The power of skilled volunteering lies in its ability to effectively elevate the capacities of all parties involved: to build mutual respect and engagement in more cohesive and aligned communities.

As a Consultant, Ann helps build partnerships and skills-based volunteering opportunities to strengthen the alliance between the corporate and nonprofit sectors to create meaningful social impact.

Prior to joining Common Impact, Ann worked with the Inter-Parliamentary Union, a global organization of national parliaments, where she supported UN development projects and communications. Ann is passionate about social issues with a global nature, a niche she first discovered on a 2017 volunteer service trip to Cusco, Peru to teach English. In her undergraduate thesis, an exposition she titled “Care Work and Global Migration: A Critique of the Devaluation and Commodification of Women’s Labor,” Ann explored the urgent need for cross-sector social transformation from a feminist perspective.

Ann graduated from New York University with a degree in Global Liberal Studies and additional studies in Economics and Data Science. During her time at NYU, Ann served as President to the Roosevelt Network, an undergraduate public policy think tank with national reach, where she led local advocacy projects and facilitated club life development. In her free time, Ann enjoys park picnics, second-hand shopping, reading, and lazy Sundays.