Our Team

Hana Uman

Program Officer

Hana Uman (she/her) is originally from Northern VA with familial roots in Pittsburgh, with Pittsburgh officially becoming her home in 2011. Hana has held leadership roles in the nonprofit food systems sector as the Director of Strategic Volunteer Programs at Hunger Free America and as the Program Director for Special Programs and Projects at 412 Food Rescue. She also has experience working in community relations and corporate philanthropy at Duquesne Light Co. Hana has an M.A. in Food Studies from Chatham University and B.A. in Media Arts and Design from James Madison University and was the recipient of Waste360’s “2020 40 under 40” award and The Incline’s “Who’s Next: Food” award (April 2017). She is currently on the board of directors at Grow Pittsburgh, is the Advisory Committee Chair at Repair the World Pittsburgh, and is certified as a Phipps Conservatory Master Gardener and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) through YogaRoots on Location’s 200-hour Anti-Racist Raja Yoga Teacher Training. Hana enjoys gardening, adventuring, hiking, dog walks, building up her indoor plant collection, vegetarian cooking, and practicing yoga.

Naomi Morris

Program Associate

Naomi Morris (she/her) is originally from Boston, MA, and has lived in PA for ten years. Prior to joining the Posner Foundation, she analyzed state legislation for Common Cause PA, implemented an advocacy grant program for Movement Labs, registered voters in historically underrepresented neighborhoods with VEEEM, and volunteered on many political campaigns. She has worked for several nonprofits in Pittsburgh performing program management, database administration, event planning, communications, and volunteer management. Naomi has an M.S. in Public Policy & Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.A. in Law & Policy from Dickinson College. She is proficient in French and has previously lived for years in France and Switzerland. Naomi is a certified Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for youth in the foster care system and was previously a member of the Pittsburgh ACLU’s Young Leadership Team. She enjoys biking, camping, gardening, and taking her cats on walks around her neighborhood.

Anne Marie Toccket

Executive Director

Anne Marie Toccket (she/her) has worked across the globe with social enterprises, nonprofit organizations, and individuals to build strong, lasting, effective institutions. Anne Marie has won several awards, including the Sprout Fund Legacy Award, Pittsburgh Magazine’s 40 Under 40 award and the Iris Marion Young Award.

Anne Marie began her career in San Juan, Puerto Rico with AmeriCorps*VISTA in a Women’s Small Business Administration office at the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón. She then moved to rural Peru, where she worked for an indigenous-led NGO in building market access for Quechua women artisans. That experience led her to co-found Awamaki, an NGO that readies indigenous women artisans for small business ownership. She also founded Procopia, a consultancy serving nonprofits and foundations. Anne Marie worked for a decade at the Philanthropy Forum at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is now an adjunct professor. Anne Marie has a master’s degree in public policy from GSPIA and three bachelor’s degrees in Spanish, international relations, and journalism from Penn State. In her free time, you can find Anne Marie riding her bike, walking in Highland Park, exploring Pittsburgh’s lesser-trodden City steps, and spending time with her partner.

Board of Trustees

The four-member board of trustees of the Posner Foundation of Pittsburgh is comprised of family members and a long-time adviser to the foundation. The board is supported by the guidance of a strategic advisor who works in close partnership with Foundation staff.