Carnegie Corporation of
New York Announces
Search for New President
Carnegie Corporation of New York, the foundation established by
Andrew Carnegie in 1911, seeks a visionary leader who can help fulfill the institution’s mission of promoting the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding.
With a $4.5 billion endowment, the Corporation makes more than $155 million in annual grants in support of democracy, education, and international peace. Reporting to the board of trustees, the president is responsible for driving a strategic plan that maximizes the strengths of the foundation’s grantmaking and impact. The position requires extraordinary leadership and collaboration for measurable progress, as well as a commitment to cultivating diversity, equity, and inclusion.
For more information, please visit carnegie.org/president.
Carnegie Corporation of New York is an equal opportunity employer firmly committed to diversifying its workforce and to complying with all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity laws.