Ann Lovell is a certified public accountant with decades of experience in financial accounting and tax consulting. Ann is a founding Director and President of Women Moving Millions and a member of the Women’s Leadership Board at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Ann serves on the advisory council for the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona, where she established the organization’s first donor-advised fund, promoting leadership, access and parity for women and girls. Ann was also an Executive Producer of Hot Girls Wanted, an important documentary that received a 2015 Emmy Award nomination.
Ann Lovell serves as President of The David and Lura Lovell Foundation, is a Trustee and served as Executive Director from 2004-2012. This Foundation focuses on Integrative Medicine, Mental Illness, Youth Access to the Arts and, beginning this year, Gender Parity. Ann is the Founder and Executive Director of The Valley Foundation, providing college scholarships to Southern Arizona residents, and was a Founding Director and Treasurer of The Bravewell Collaborative, an operating foundation established to bring about optimal health and healing for both individuals and society by advancing integrative medicine and healing environments for both patients and healers. Ann was also a founding board member of Social Venture Partners Greater Tucson, a past chairman of the Southern Arizona Grantmakers, and has served on numerous committees for Tucson based non-profit organizations.
Among all of her accomplishments and successful endeavors, Ann is most proud of her career as the mother of her six adult children.