Dale Robinson Anglin was promoted in March 2021 to Vice President for Program of the Cleveland Foundation, the nation’s first community foundation. Since March 2020, Dale had led the Greater Cleveland COVID19 Rapid Response Fund, working with wide range of funders to support pandemic relief and recovery. Dale originally joined the Cleveland Foundation in October 2017 as the Program Director for Youth, Health and Human Services, where her portfolio included: out-of-school time (including STEAM) programming, Say Yes to Education, youth violence prevention, faith based initiatives, special needs and general health care and social services. From 2006-2017, Dale served as Associate Director for Programs at the Victoria Foundation in Newark, NJ, and was responsible for programming in higher education, STEM/STEAM, K-12 education, out-of-school time, summer youth employment and leadership efforts. She created and launched a number of collective impact efforts in the city—the Newark City of Learning Collaborative (a post-secondary attainment collaborative), the Newark STEAM Coalition, and Newark Thrives!, the city’s first out-of-school time network. Dale has also served as the Executive Director of the Association for Public Policy and Management, and an analyst at the Congressional Research Service in Washington, D. C. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and an MPP from the Goldman School at the University of California at Berkeley. She is originally from Chicago, IL.