Ann M. Moran
Ann M. Moran is President Emeritus of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation. Before heading the executive committee, she served four years as a commissioner for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Additionally, she worked on the Governor’s Residence Preservation Committee. Moran was recently named to the Eisenhower Institute National Advisory Council which seeks to raise the national prominence of Gettysburg College and the Eisenhower Institute by engaging leaders in the fields of public service, business and philanthropy.
Moran is a cum laude graduate of Bloomsburg University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing. She has been an active volunteer in her community and surrounding areas, dedicated mainly to children’s charities and advocacy issues. She resides in Lewisburg with her husband John. They have two children; Alexandra, who lives and works in Washington DC and John, a senior at American University.