Innovation Fellow



Founder & Executive Director, Move for America
Training bridge builders in cities and small towns to draw out diverse perspectives across generations and drive collaborative community solutions

Libby Stegger is a social entrepreneur and the founder and executive director of Move for America. She is fueled by her belief that when we see others more fully, we will work more collaboratively.

Libby excels in turning bold ideas into action. She has successfully scaled several initiatives addressing our nation’s most pressing needs. Before founding Move for America, she spent a decade scaling hunger relief systems and K-12 schools. She served as Chief Advancement Officer for Hiawatha Academies, one of Minnesota’s largest networks of public charter schools. She led Hunger-Free Minnesota’s strategic grantmaking portfolio to increase access to child nutrition programs. And she spearheaded the launch and growth of one of the nation’s first SNAP Outreach Programs at the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

Libby earned an MBA from Yale University and a BA in political science from Davidson College. She is a certified trainer in Intercultural Conflict Styles. She is mother to four daughters and lives with her family in Saint Paul, Minnesota.