OUR LEADERSHIP

 

Jane Mosbacher Morris Founder/CEO Jane Mosbacher Morris, Founder & CEO 

Jane Mosbacher Morris is the Founder and CEO of TO THE MARKET (TTM), which connects businesses and consumers to ethically-made, social impact premium products created by vulnerable communities from around the world.  TTM allows you to harness your purchasing power for good and make purchases that support jobs for at-risk youth in the US, vulnerable women, HIV/AIDS+ populations, and more.TO THE MARKET works with some of the biggest corporations in the world, such as Macy's, Levi's, Capital One, UBS, Experian, General Mills, and many more.

 

She previously served as the Director of Humanitarian Action for the McCain Institute for International Leadership, where she managed the Institute’s anti-human trafficking program.  She currently serves on the Institute's Human Trafficking Advisory Council.  Prior to joining the Institute, she worked in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism and in the Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues.   She has traveled, written, and spoken broadly on issues ranging from business and social impact to peace and security in venues ranging from The Mom 2.0 Summit to the Naval Special Warfare Command.  

 
She is the author of upcoming Penguin Random House book, Buy the Change You Want to See: Use Your Purchasing Power to Make the World a Better Place. Morris is a member of VF Corporation's Advisory Council on Responsible Sourcing.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a MBA from Columbia Business School.  
 

 
 

Cindy Jones-Nyland, CMO

Cindy Jones-Nyland, Chief Marketing Officer

Cindy is a multifaceted marketing expert and leadership coach with diverse experience in leading, directing and execution of integrated global marketing and business strategies in entrepreneurial and large organizations for both profit and non-profit environments. She has been involved in an array of industries that have provided a broad base of experience: telecommunications, technology, health care, non-profit, global development, higher education and the social impact sector.

Her balance of corporate and non-profit experience has provided a depth of insight and perspective on how leaders and teams operate and highlighted the critical understanding that, as organizations and as people, we are all far more alike than we are different. She learned that she has a unique ability to unlock the potential in others and views communications and relationships as key to enabling authentic leadership, as well as high performing teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danielle Franco

 

 

Danielle Franco, Director

Danielle currently serves as the Director, managing TO THE MARKET’s direct-to-consumer site, tothemarket.com.  She also supports the business’s CEO and COO on special projects, including assisting TO THE MARKET’s artisan network.  She previously served two years as a TO THE MARKET intern.  Danielle recently received her bachelor’s degree in Public Health Studies from the Johns Hopkins University, where she graduated with general honors, and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Omega (honorary society in Public Health), and Omicron Delta Kappa (national leadership honor society).  


 

 

 

 

Teammates

Samantha Caraballo is a Senior at The Ursuline high school in New Rochelle, NY. She is a part of service-oriented clubs at her school and loves math! She loves spreading the word via social media and is excited to take part in helping with TO THE MARKET’s social media.


Ashley Devaney competed in a national competition through Americans for the Arts and won a full scholarship to The Art Institute of Charleston where she majored in Graphic Design. Other than graphic design, she draws, paints, and experiments with different art crafts in her spare time. Living in the Charleston area has been very inspirational for Ashley and her career. She has also started her own business selling pieces of macrame she has created herself as well as making designs for products on RedBubble and Society6. Ashley enjoys working with TO THE MARKET who supports women be successful in their craft.


Jeannie Hirsch is sophomore at the University of Virginia planning to major in Commerce and minor in Global Sustainability. She serves as a Coverage Director for UVA's Alternative Investment Fund, and is also very involved in the Alpha Kappa Psi professional business fraternity and the No-Tones a Capella group. She loves To The Market's mission and core values, and hopes that her contribution to the company will help empower women and support ethical supply chains across the globe.

 

Mariya Khan is a junior at George Washington University. Ever since she was ten years old, she’s been writing historical fiction and romance stories with the hopes of becoming a published, professional author. In addition to writing, Mariya loves photography, cooking, baking, and discovering new alternative bands. A fashion and culture enthusiast, Mariya is excited to learn about and share beautiful survivor-made products and the inspiring stories of survivors worldwide. If she could, Mariya would love to travel around the world to work with survivors and document her adventures as a travel writer.

Smetana Larson is a sophomore at the University of Arizona majoring in Marketing and Management of Information Systems. On campus, she is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi professional fraternity and serves as the VP of Member Education for Delta Gamma. She loves working with TO THE MARKET to build her technology and research skills, while supporting their mission to empower women everywhere. 

Ria Raj is a senior in Walton High School. She is interested in all types of art including painting, drawing, digital illustration, and graphic design. She hopes to major in graphic design when she goes to college next year. Aside from art, Ria is the outreach director in her school's robotics team where she participates in tasks such as giving presentations and planning events. She is very excited to be given the opportunity to work with TO THE MARKET, and hopes to gain business knowledge and other various skills through her projects and assignments.