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|#||Name||Title||Hours / Wk||Comp ($)|
|1||ERIC W DOPPSTADT||VP & CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER||45||2,534,765|
|2||DARREN WALKER||PRESIDENT & TRUSTEE||45||1,081,562|
|3||HILARY PENNINGTON||EXECUTIVE VP OF PROGRAMS||45||552,648|
|4||JOHN W BERNSTEIN||VP, COO & TREAS (THRU 11/19)||45||541,690|
|5||MARTIN ABREGU||VP, INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS||45||500,364|
|6||NISHKA CHANDRASOMA||VP,SEC,GEN COUNS (AS OF 4/19)||45||479,631|
|7||XAVIER BRIGGS||VP,INCL ECON MKT (THRU 12/19)||45||461,280|
|8||ALFRED IRONSIDE||VP, GLOBAL COMM (THRU 12/19)||45||429,630|
|9||Mai-Anh Tran||CFO;ACTING TREAS (AS OF 11/19)||45||308,013|
|10||DIANE SAMUELS||VP, PEOPLE CULTURE(AS OF 6/19)||45||280,200|
|11||MARIA TORRES-SPRINGER||VP, U.S. PROGRAMS (AS OF 4/19)||45||251,893|
|12||SAMANTHA GILBERT||VP, TALENT & HR (THRU 6/19)||45||205,083|
|13||KENNETH MONTEIRO||VP, SEC, GEN COUNS (THRU 3/19)||45||150,018|
|14||FRANCISCO G CIGARROA||trustee, chair||0||53,000|
|15||KOFI APPENTENG||TRUSTEE (THRU 6/19)||0||22,000|
|16||URSULA M BURNS||TRUSTEE||0||33,000|
|17||AMY C FALLS||TRUSTEE||0||33,000|
|18||HENRY FORD III||TRUSTEE (AS OF 2/19)||0||0|
|21||N R NARAYANA MURTHY||TRUSTEE||0||0|
|22||PETER A NADOSY||TRUSTEE||0||31,000|
|23||GBENGA OYEBODE||TRUSTEE (AS OF 11/19)||0||0|
|29||MICHAEL WALDEN||DIRECTOR PUBLIC INV.||45||1,387,165|
|30||SHERIF NAHAS||DIRECTOR PRIVATE EQ.||45||1,385,034|
|31||WILLIAM ARTEMENKO||DIRECTOR HEDGE FUNDS||45||1,370,853|
|32||ROSCOE DAVIS||DIRECTOR INTER AUDIT||45||895,371|
|33||ROY SWAN||DIRECTOR MISSION INV||45||792,843|
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|10,600,000||National Academy of Sciences||For the Ford Fellowships Program for predoctoral dissertation and postdoctoral fellowships||Washington, DC||2019|
|10,000,000||Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Inc||Core support for the Reproductive Health and Womens Rights Collaborative||New York, NY||2019|
|8,333,333||Foundation for Detroits Future||For the Detroit Institute of Arts Settlement Project to expedite Detroits bankruptcy settlement assist in honoring pension commitments and preserve the Institutes collection for public benefit||Detroit, MI||2019|
|5,000,000||Institute of International Education Inc||For the Global Travel and Learning Fund to administer travel awards small grants to organizations and other program related learning activities||New York, NY||2019|
|2,800,000||Center on Budget and Policy Priorities||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||Washington, DC||2019|
|2,450,000||ColorofChange Org Education Fund Inc||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||Oakland, CA||2019|
|2,425,000||National Employment Law Project Inc||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||New York, NY||2019|
|2,400,000||American Civil Liberties Union Foundation Inc||General support to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people by the Constitution and laws of the United States||New York, NY||2019|
|2,350,000||Free Press||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||Northampton, MA||2019|
|2,333,333||Family Values at Work A Multi State Consortium Inc||General support and core support for capacity building||Milwaukee, WI||2019|
|2,200,000||UNIDOSUS||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||Washington, DC||2019|
|2,000,000||Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Inc||For the ArtPlace America public private grantmaking initiative to promote the role of arts and culture in building livable sustainable communities||New York, NY||2019|
|2,000,000||Bend the Arc A Jewish Partnership for Justice||Core support for the Funders Collaborative on Youth Organizing to strengthen the field and increase philanthropic resources for youth organizing and for core support for organizational strengthening||New York, NY||2019|
|2,000,000||Institute of International Education Inc||For The Global Travel And Learning Fund To Administer Travel Awards Small Grants To Organizations And Other Program Related Learning Activities||New York, NY||2019|
|2,000,000||Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications||For production of film collaborations with Henry Louis Gates including Finding Your Roots Reconstruction and the Birth of Jim Crow and The Great Migration||Arlington, VA||2019|
|2,000,000||Borealis Philanthropy||Core support for the Racial Equity in Philanthropy Fund to ensure funders are provided with the incentive and means to embrace racial equity in their operations and grantmaking||Minneapolis, MN||2019|
|2,000,000||The Board of Trustees the Leland Stanford Junior||For the American Voices Project to conduct a qualitative census of poverty in the United States||Stanford, CA||2019|
|2,000,000||NEO Philanthropy Inc||Core support for the Four Freedoms Fund to work towards full integration of immigrants as active participants in our democracy||New York, NY||2019|
|2,000,000||Alliance for Youth Organizing||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||Washington, DC||2019|
|1,875,000||Doc Society||General support and core support for institutional strengthening||London, UK*||2019|
|(*) Denotes foreign country|
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