Ann Alsted, President
Ann originally from Sweden, grew up and spent most of her adult life in Williamsport, Pennsylvania prior to moving out West in 2004. Ann majored in sociology and journalism at Syracuse University.
While raising one son, Ann served for 20+ years on an all-women’s board of The Williamsport Home which provided 190 assisted and independent living apartments and 147 skilled nursing beds. Ann was involved in all aspects of the facility, as well as held every office including Board of Managers President. Ann was also the first woman to serve as President of the Williamsport/Lycoming Foundation, which raised and managed a $40 Million fund (third largest in Pennsylvania) for cultural, health and social projects within the community. Ann was also involved for many years in the Daffodil Days fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Ann and her husband moved to Jackson, Wyoming in 2004. During the 12 years they were there, they both became very involved in several non-profit organizations. Ann became very involved in the major fundraiser for the Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Association, contributing her time and talents to significantly increasing the money raised from this event.