The Peggy Browning Fund Philadelphia 2022 Ad Book

About Our Honoree Mary Anne Moffa Mary Anne Moffa was the Executive Director of the Peggy Browning Fund from 2001 to 2021. During her tenure, she managed a more than five-fold increase in fellowships, expanded PBFs National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conferences, oversaw the development of regionalAdvocating forWorkplace Justice workshops throughout the country, and added other complementary programming for Peggy Browning Fellows and Alumni. Working in partnership with Joe Lurie and other Board members, with her talented and devoted staff, and with gifted attorneys from countless mentor organizations, Mary Anne is proud to say that together they built PBF into a strong, viable organization with a national reach, well-positioned to continue its vital work well into the future. The significant number of Peggy Browning alumni who have gone on to pursue careers advocating for workers’ rights will have a lasting impact and are a fitting legacy for her efforts. Mary Anne devoted her entire career to not-for-profit programs, most notably at several community mental health/ mental retardation centers in Philadelphia and nearby counties, culminating in positions as Executive Director at two of the largest such agencies in the country. Her programs received wide recognition for state-of-the art programming for severely mentally ill youth. She also consulted with other not-forprofit organizations regarding programming, organizational development, and grant writing.