Anne E. Impellizzeri has wide-ranging experience in both business and nonprofit organizations. After starting her career in teaching, she spent 20 years at Metropolitan Life, rising to Vice-President in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility. She then worked at the New York City Partnership and went on to head two nonprofit organizations–in mental health at the Blanton-Peale Institute and in historic preservation at Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center. In addition, she has served on a number of boards, including Smith College, Nuveen Mutual Funds, Scenic Hudson (Treasurer, Secretary), the Bard Music Festival, the Women’s City Club of New York (Vice-President), the Howland Chamber Music Circle, the Village of Cold Spring Code Update Committee and Special Board for a Comprehensive Plan (Vice Chair), the American Association for Gifted Children (Chair), and the Lakeland School Board (President). A graduate of Smith (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa junior year), she has a Master of Arts in Teaching from Yale. She is Treasurer of Network 20/20 and Co-Chairman of their Speakers Committee.