Founding Member, U.S. Digital Service
The White House
Jennifer Anastasoff is a founding member of U.S. Digital Service at the White House where she focuses on bringing together talent, innovation and social change. She most recently co-founded and served as founding CEO of Fuse Corps, the nation’s top executive fellowship bringing mid-career leaders from the private sector to serve as senior advisors public executives, largely to mayors and governors. Ms. Anastasoff has significant experience engaging the corporate sector in pro-bono projects in particular in education. Prior to starting Fuse Corps, Jennifer engaged top corporate professionals in pro-bono projects as well as in education as founding CEO of a teacher recruiting organization and founder of an international corporate service fellowship program. Her prior work includes teaching through Teach for America and serving as an analyst in the California Legislature. She has spoken and presented papers at Harvard University and its Business School, the University of California at Berkeley, and the Comparative International Education Society Conference. Jennifer has a Masters in Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where she received the prestigious Public Service Fellowship. And she has been known to karaoke at least once a year, read voraciously, and laugh often.