Anna Soellner is director of communications for Reddit, the home of community and conversation online. Previously, she was VP for corporate communications at the Motion Picture Association of America where she worked on major news events like the Sony hack, gun violence in media and 1st Amendment issues. She also led communications at the Center for American Progress (CAP), the progressive think tank. Anna was among the first employees at CAP, building to an organization of over 250. Anna was as a Luce Scholar in Hong Kong and worked for Martin Lee, a leader of the pro-democracy moment there. In 2016 she co-founded a GOTV (get out the vote) effort called My Ride To Vote which funded ride-sharing to the polls for underrepresented communities. She is on the board of Internews, a NGO that develops independent media around the world and was founding member of Generation Conservation of Conservation International.