Harvard Management Company

Board of Directors

Valued Guidance and Insight

Offering investment, academic, and industry expertise

Valued Guidance and Insight - Offering investment, academic and industry expertise

HMC's Board of Directors is elected by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. Ex officio members of the HMC Board include Harvard University’s President, Treasurer, and Chief Financial Executive, as well as the President of HMC. Other members, leaders in their respective fields, are selected for their investment, academic, and industry expertise.

Members of the Board of Directors

  • James F. Rothenberg, Chair

    Chairman, Capital Research and Management Company
    Treasurer, Harvard University
  • Jane Brock-Wilson

    Managing Director, Berkshire Partners LLC
  • Sir Ronald Cohen

    Chairman, Big Society Capital
    Founder and Chairman, The Portland Trust
    Founder Director, Social Finance USA
  • Drew Gilpin Faust

    President, Harvard University
  • Paul J. Finnegan

    co-Chief Executive Officer, Madison Dearborn Partners
  • William W. Helman

    Partner, Greylock Partners
  • Glenn H. Hutchins

    Co-Founder, Silver Lake
  • Robert S. Kaplan

    Martin Marshall Professor of Management Practice in Business Administration and
    Senior Associate Dean for External Relations, Harvard Business School
    Former Vice Chairman, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
  • Thomas L. Kempner, Jr.

    Co-Founder and Executive Managing Member, Davidson Kempner Capital Management
  • Katherine N. Lapp

    Executive Vice President, Harvard University
  • Martin L. Leibowitz

    Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Global Research Strategy
  • Jay O. Light

    Dean Emeritus, Harvard Business School and George F. Baker Professor of Administration Emeritus
  • Jane L. Mendillo

    President and CEO, Harvard Management Company

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"Our Directors bring a breadth and depth of industry and academic experience to the HMC Board that informs management’s thoughtful analysis of investment opportunities and challenges facing the endowment today and for the future." James F. Rothenberg
Treasurer of Harvard University
and Chair of the HMC Board