Hunter Goldman rejoined The Rockefeller Foundation in 2019. As an Associate Director on the Innovation team, he manages special projects and strategic processes, ensuring integration with other teams within the Foundation, as well as external partnerships. Between 2013 and 2017, Hunter served as Senior Program Associate on the Innovation team, where he managed relationships with current and prospective grantees throughout the grantmaking process, coordinated Foundation work with partners, and conducted research in support of the strategic development and execution of Foundation initiatives.
Prior to rejoining Rockefeller, Hunter was a consultant for The Omidyar Network, where he was responsible for sourcing pipeline deals, conducting due diligence, and providing operating support for their Property Rights and Geospatial investment team. He has also served in the office of former New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn as her economic development and Brooklyn community liaison and spent three years at the New York City Economic Development Corporation as an Assistant Vice President for government and community relations, guiding land-use projects through the official public approval process.
Hunter received his Master of International Affairs from Columbia University, with a concentration in Economic and Political Development, and a BA from New York University in Metropolitan Studies and Urban Design.