JFF CEO Maria Flynn Named to Forbes List of 50 Women Making an Impact

Published oct. 14, 2022

JFF CEO Maria Flynn has been named to the Forbes “50 Over 50: Impact” list. The honorees are 50 influential women over age 50 leading change to create a better, more equitable world, including philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, author Brené Brown, and activist Dolores Huerta.

Forbes celebrates Flynn’s work at JFF to achieve equitable economic advancement for all, saying “Her leadership in workforce policy has made her a national authority on the future of work, the role of technology in the labor market, and career pathways” for learners and workers underserved by the U.S. education and workforce systems.

In addition to Scott, Brown, and Huerta, Flynn joins the ranks of other visionary women on the second annual list, including Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown-Jackson, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, and broadcast journalist and anti-harassment advocate Gretchen Carlson.