Genevieve Biggs

Program Director, Bay Area and Special Projects

 

Genny leads the Bay Area Program and Special Projects. As program director, she oversees local and special opportunity grantmaking and allocation management.

 
Genevieve Biggs
 

Biography

Genny leads the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation’s Bay Area Program and Special Projects. As program director, she oversees local and special opportunity grantmaking and allocation management.

Genny has more than 25 years of experience in the philanthropic and non-profit sectors. She joined the Moore Foundation in 2001. From 2005-2008, she earned master’s degrees in environmental management and international relations from Yale University, with a concentration on integrated conservation and development. Genny returned to Moore in 2008, having served during the intervening years as a summer associate in the David & Lucile Packard Foundation’s Conservation and Science Program and as a research fellow for the Environmental Grantmakers Association. Previously, she worked for National Geographic Magazine and for the Sierra Club. Genny began her career in environmental certification at Green Seal. She received a bachelor's degree in English literature from Vanderbilt University.

 
 

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