Anna Amselle

Finance Director

Anna Amselle has an extensive background in nonprofit financial management and leadership. Most recently, Amselle spent five years with the National Recreation and Park Association serving as the chief operating and financial officer. She was responsible for the operational aspects at NRPA including membership, conferences, research, marketing and communications and administration. She led the organization through a period of transformational growth.

Amselle's previous experience includes serving as the chief financial officer for several nonprofits and associations including the National Recreation and Park Association, Northern Virginia Family Service, Construction Management Association of America and the Telecommunications Industry Association. She partnered with boards, corporate management and association staff to employ resources to meet the organization’s mission and purpose.

Amselle earned an undergraduate degree in accounting from Simpson College, and she obtained a master’s in business administration from George Mason University. Amselle currently holds memberships in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, American Society of Association Executives, the Finance and Administration Roundtable and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants. She has a Certified Public Accountant license in Virginia, and she is a Certified Association Executive.

Amselle, her husband, Gary, and their five children reside in Ashburn, Virginia. She is a seasoned triathlete that competes in various races each year.

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  • Exercise exemplary leadership in public service.


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