Jane Mosbacher Morris
Jane is the Founder and CEO of TO THE MARKET, a company that connects businesses and consumers to ethically made products from around the world.
She previously served as the Director of Humanitarian Action for the McCain Institute for International Leadership and currently serves on the Institute’s Human Trafficking Advisory Council. Prior to joining the Institute, she worked in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism and in the Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues. Morris is a member of VF Corporation’s Advisory Council on Responsible Sourcing. She is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ms. Morris is also the author of the Penguin Random House/Tarcher Perigee book Buy the Change You Want to See: Use Your Purchasing Power to Make the World a Better Place (January 29, 2019). The book has been featured on platforms including CNN, Bloomberg, Forbes, and MarieClaire and was a Target Non-Fiction Best-Seller, a #1 Consumer Guide on Amazon, and a #1 New Business Ethics Release on Amazon.
Ms. Morris holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
A founding signatory of the Founders Pledge, Morris created the Morris Foundation to improve the lives of Kentucky’s working families and those who seek a better life.
Morris is a benefactor to the University of Kentucky, where he serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council of the Gatton College of Business and Economics and was named the first ever Entrepreneur in Residence.
A supporter of the Thoroughbred industry, while working for Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development Morris advocated for buying missions to purchase Kentucky Thoroughbreds. He is a member of the Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association (TOBA), National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), and Thoroughbred Club of America.
Morris has been profiled in The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, Vanity Fair, and The Wall Street Journal and was the subject of a Harvard Business School case study.