Mora was the CEO of Achievement Network (ANet) for the past ten years, an organization dedicated to ensuring all students in marginalized communities have access to meaningful, high quality instruction. Under her leadership, ANet supported thousands of K-12 schools and systems nationwide with data-driven instruction, instructional leadership coaching, and the implementation of curriculum, assessment and professional learning systems. Mora led the organization’s growth from 60,000 students in 5 states to 350,000 students in 29 states, while improving its performance and impact for students. Her organization was recognized multiple times by the Non-Profit Times as one of the best places to work. Prior to ANet, Mora held leadership roles at College Summit (now PeerForward) and SchoolSports (which became ESPN-Rise). She is a proud AmeriCorps Alumna and Coro Foundation Fellow. In addition to serving as a board member of Open Up Resources, she serves as the board chair of the Eli and Phyllis Segal Citizen Leadership Program, a member of the Massachusetts Board of Early Education and Care, a Leap of Reason Ambassador, and a Pahara-Aspen Fellow. Mora received her MBA from Harvard Business School and her BA from Yale University. She resides in Newton, MA with her husband and two daughters.