Annika K. Little is a strong advocate for asset building and financial security issues with more than 20 years of experience working in the philanthropic, corporate and nonprofit sectors. Annika is a strategic philanthropy consultant and also serves as deputy director for the Asset Funders Network. As deputy director, Annika develops and guide’s AFN’s programming strategy, strategic partnerships and special projects.
Before joining the Asset Funders Network, Annika spent more than 15 years working in the fields of philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. Most recently she served as a Senior Vice President and National Program Manager for Bank of America. In this role Annika supported the company’s lending, investing and giving activities to strengthen the economic health of communities. Prior to joining Bank of America, Annika held a number of positions with Fannie Mae and the Fannie Mae Foundation with a special focus on housing and community development issues and policy.
Annika holds degrees from Northwestern University and The American University; she resides in Plano, TX with her husband and two daughters.