Boa Me Na Me Mmoa Wo | “Help Me and Let Me Help You”
Ann Todd Jealous
Board Member Emeritus
Ann Todd Jealous, MTF
Ann Todd Jealous has served as a consultant to many nonprofit agencies and as a board member of several. She is a life member of the NAACP and a founding member of the Monterey chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute, an international leadership organization dedicated to the elimination of social oppression.
In 2008, she retired from 27 years of private practice as a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. Prior to her work as a therapist & periodically during that time, she taught social science and women’s studies courses to college students. Her college teaching career began at Wilberforce University, the nation’s oldest private Historically Black College. In 2012, she received the ACLU Ralph B. Atkinson Award for commitment to social justice and civil rights.
In 2013, the University of Nebraska Press published Combined Destinies: Whites Sharing Grief About Racism, an anthology that Ann co-authored/co-edited with Caroline Haskell, LCSW. In 2015, the Links, Inc. honored her for “Yesterday’s Courage.” In 2016, she was honored as “Woman of the Year,” for the 29th Assembly District of California. Ann has been married to Fred Jealous, the founder of Men’s Alternatives to Violence and the Breakthrough Men’s Community for 50 years. They have two children and three grandchildren.