Anne Reiter, Associate is a nonprofit leader and consultant with over 12 years of experience raising funds for nonprofits and municipalities and has raised over $3M in institutional grants for programs, capital campaigns, and operating expenses. Anne specializes in winning funds needed to launch strategic plans. She holds a Nonprofit Organization Management Certificate from the University of Maine and an MS in Environmental Health from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. Previously, Anne managed Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) programs for various US and European facilities. While working for a subsidiary of Harvard University, Anne won a “Harvard Heroes Award” for her work on team training. Her thesis on Hazardous Waste Generation in the US and Japan, a Comparative Analysis was presented at the 10th US/Japan Governmental Conference on Solid Waste in Tokyo. She is currently pursuing a post baccalaureate degree in Accounting at the University of Maine and lives in Belgrade, Maine.