Anne S. Moser

Interim Senior Director of Development

B.A., Trinity College
M.S., Northeastern University

Biographical Information: 

Anne S. Moser became Georgia Law's interim senior director of development on May 1, 2015. In this role, she works to secure private donations to support the school's efforts in providing first-rate legal training and producing world-class scholarship in service to our state and nation.

She has been a member of the law school staff since June 2004. She served as the school's director of development and, most recently, as its principal gifts officer.

Prior to joining Georgia Law, Moser served at UGA's College of Environment and Design. Moser's fundraising experience also includes serving as a major gifts officer at Wheaton College, located in Massachusetts. There she helped achieve the Campaign for Wheaton goal of raising $90 million. Additionally, as a regional development director at the National Kidney Foundation, she managed the foundation's regional board, public relations and fund development committees.

Moser earned her master's degree from Northeastern University in Massachusetts and her bachelor's degree from Trinity College in Connecticut.

She lives in Athens with her husband, Robert, and their two daughters, Evelyn and Charlotte.