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Jane Mosbacher Morris

Jane Mosbacher Morris
Jane Mosbacher Morris
Jane Mosbacher Morris is the Founder and CEO of TO THE MARKET | Survivor-made Goods, a socially-inspired business economically empowering vulnerable communities through artisan enterprise. She previously served as the Director of Humanitarian Action for the McCain Institute for International Leadership, where she managed the Institute’s anti-human trafficking program. She currently serves on the Institute's Human Trafficking Advisory Council. Prior to joining the Institute, she worked in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism and in the Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues.
She has also worked at the Millennium Challenge Corporation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. She has traveled, written, and spoken broadly on issues ranging from social enterprise to peace and security and in venues ranging from the Alt Summit to the Naval Special Warfare Command. Her written work has been published by platforms ranging from theNational Defense University and The Houston Chronicle to Refinery 29 and the Huffington Post.
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Morris has received numerous awards from the Department of State, as well as has been named one of the “Top 99 Under 33 Most Influential Young Professionals” by The Diplomatic Courier in 2011. She serves on the Advisory Boards of Afghanistan’s ARZU: Studio of Hope, Texas-based 360 DEGREES Vanishing, child sexual abuse-focused non-profit Speak Your Silence, and wH20: The Journal on Gender and Water. She also formerly served on the Boards of Women LEAD and USA Cares. She is a proud mentor at the University of Kentucky’s Gatton School of Business’s Women Business Leaders. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a MBA from Columbia Business School. She is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations.
WHO WE ARE
TO THE MARKET economically empowers vulnerable communities through artisan enterprise, including those that have overcome abuse, conflict, and disease.
By partnering with artisan co-operatives around the world to bring their goods “to the market,” we take an active role in helping them achieve economic independence, while raising awareness about the challenges that they face.
Say ‘thank you’ to clients and customers while you offer a hand-up to many more across the world. Your holiday gift order of handmade treasures created by survivors abuse, conflict, and disease, can transform lives through economic empowerment. Just like you do everyday for your employees, you can help provide the dignity of work.
WHY GIVE?
HOW YOU CAN HELP
By sourcing your holiday gifts through TO THE MARKET, you are providing the dignity of work to survivors of abuse, conflict, and disease now working as artisans.
Spread goodwill around the globe. For each gift you give this year, you can also give back.