Board of Trustees

 

The Rockefeller Foundation is governed by the Board of Trustees which consists of no fewer than 12 members, with the Foundation's president serving as an ex-officio member. The Board of Trustees is generally responsible for overseeing the Foundation's program and grant making strategy; budgets, expenditures and appropriation policies and guidelines; and investment strategies, allocations and performance. The Board of Trustees performs its duties through committees that include, but are not limited to: the Executive Committee, Investment Committee, Budget and Compensation Committee and Audit Committee and Trusteeship Committee as described in the Foundation's Bylaws.

David Rockefeller, Jr.
Board Chair
Director and Former Chairman
Rockefeller & Co. 
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Strive Masiyiwa
Executive Chairman
Econet Wireless International
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Ann M. Fudge
Retired Chairman & CEO
Young & Rubicam Brands
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Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance
Federal Republic of Nigeria
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Helene D. Gayle
President & CEO
CARE USA
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Richard D. Parsons
Senior Advisor
Providence Equity Partners LLC
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Martin L. Leibowitz
Managing Director
Morgan Stanley
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Judith Rodin
President
The Rockefeller Foundation
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Yifei Li
Country Chair
Man Group China
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John W. Rowe, MD
Professor
The Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Health Policy and Management
Columbia University
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Monica Lozano
Board Chair
U.S. Hispanic Media, Inc.
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Ravi Venkatesan
Founder & Chairman
Social Venture Partners India
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100 Years of Leadership

John D. Rockefeller Jr. joined his father's staff in 1897, but soon found that business was neither his passion nor his talent. This mark he made would instead be in developing the philanthropic side of the Rockefeller enterprises. 

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