Mora was the CEO of Achievement Network (ANet) from 2011-2021, an organization focused on ensuring students in marginalized communities have access to rigorous and engaging instruction. Mora led the organization's growth from a budget of $9M serving 60,000 students in five states to $32M reaching 350,000 students in 29 states, while improving its performance and impact for students. Under her leadership, ANet expanded its scope from data-driven instruction to whole school and system improvement, embarked on an eight-year journey to become an anti-racist organization, and was recognized four times by the Non-Profit Times as one of the best places to work.
Prior to ANet, Mora held leadership roles at College Summit (now PeerForward) and SchoolSports (which became ESPN-Rise). She is a proud AmeriCorps Alumna and Coro Foundation Fellow. She is the board chair of the Eli and Phyllis Segal Citizen Leadership Program, a Leap of Reason Ambassador, and was a 2014-16 Pahara-Aspen Institute Fellow. She is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School, and lives in the Boston area with her husband and two daughters.