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Ann Enthoven is the Director of Programs at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. She leads Institute programs, events, outreach and development. Since joining the Institute in 2009, Enthoven has led high profile events including keynote lectures by Gloria Steinem and Sheryl Sandberg. She founded the Institute’s student staff and summer student intern programs and helped to create the Institute’s first-ever strategic plan. Additionally, she created and implements the development and stewardship strategy for the Institute including the 40th Anniversary fundraising effort. Enthoven is the liaison to the Clayman Institute Advisory Council.
Enthoven joined the Institute after working in the Office of the President as Recorder/Liaison for Stanford's NCAA certification in 2007-08. This follows her long-time affiliation with Stanford sports; she formerly served on the board of the Buck-Cardinal club, as an Assistant Coach of the Women's Basketball Team (1995-97), and as captain of the 1992 National Championship team.
Enthoven has a BS in Human Biology from Stanford University. She lives in Mountain View with her husband and four children.