Basic Info

Anne Dwane
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Primary Location:
San Francisco, CA, USA

Career Info

Primary Industry:
Education, Technology
Personal Career Headline:
Chief Business Officer, Chegg
Business Description (One-Liner):

Learning platform for matching students with opportunities to learn and find resources.

Experience Timeline:
21-30 years of work experience

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Career Snapshot:

As Chief Business Officer, Anne is responsible for all of the company’s lines of revenue. Anne joined Chegg with the acquisition of Zinch, which enabled millions of students to showcase themselves as “more than test scores” to be matched with colleges, scholarships, grad schools and more. Previously, Anne co-founded to connect service members and veterans to benefits, including GI Bill and career networking. was acquired by Monster Worldwide, where she led affinity networks. Prior, Anne was in business development at Paul Allen’s Interval Research Corporation and in brand management for Nabisco. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing & International Management from Georgetown University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. Anne is co-author of Getting In: The Zinch Guide to College Admissions & Financial Aid in the Digital Age (Wiley 2011). She was named a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.

What Else To Know

Your Business's Motto?:

“Save time, save money, get smarter.” It’s our mission.

One food and drink on earth, what would you choose?:

Spicy tacos and a Margarita with a salted rim.

What literature is on your bed stand?:

Gathering Moss, which describes the world of bryology (the study of moss) but is really about observing and appreciating what’s right in front of you. Hidden gems are all around us, awaiting discovery.

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