Anna Ghosh has a two-decade track record of leading successful communications programs and campaigns for a wide variety of businesses, nonprofits, and events. Before collaborating with LightBox, she was a communications director for national nonprofits focused on place-based economic development, sustainable and equitable food policy, and direct action organizing; namely the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies and Food & Water Watch. Before that, she worked with filmmakers, restaurateurs, entrepreneurs, clean technology scientists, tech startups, and Fortune 500 Companies. Throughout her work and personal life, Anna is committed to amplifying the important voices and stories neglected by dominant culture, and cultivating understanding, critical thinking, and action toward a more equitable and compassionate society. She serves on the board of the San Francisco community cooking school 18 Reasons and is a founding member of the social justice advisory committee of her daughter’s nature-based school, Golden Bridges. She has a B.S. in public relations from the University of Florida, and has lived in San Francisco since the turn of the century.