Teresa Mozur joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2013 as a communications associate. She brings a grassroots perspective to her work and views her role at the Foundation as “an opportunity to support and empower communities working to build their own Culture of Health.”
Previously, Mozur served as a communications and development manager for Reel Grrls, an award-winning media arts and leadership training program for girls in Seattle. There she oversaw marketing campaigns, coordinated major fundraising events, managed daily operations, and mentored advanced students in video production and career development. She has also served as a communications associate with two advocacy organizations: the Center for Media Justice, a national group working to strengthen grassroots racial justice movements, and OneAmerica, an immigrant rights organization based in Washington State. She has also held administrative positions with the U.S. Mission to the European Union and the U.S. Mission to NATO in Brussels, Belgium.
Mozur received her BA in Cultural and Media Studies from Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts in New York City. She now proudly sits on the board of directors for Reel Grrls and is thrilled to continue to support their important mission in new ways. In her leisure time, Teresa enjoys playing sports, trivia, and exploring American cities. She resides in Princeton, N.J.