Richard C. Levin is no longer serving in their board position at The William & Flora Hewlett Foundation
Feb 10, 2020
Board and Executive Moves
President-Emeritus at Yale University
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Conn. Gov. Lamont Receives Recommendations for a Phased Reopening of Colleges and Universities in Connecticut
May 07, 2020 - Targeted News Service
May 07, 2020 - Associated Press Financial Wire
Nov 22, 2019 - The Economic Times
The Hewlett Foundation's investment objective is to maintain or grow their asset size and spending power in inflation-adjusted terms with risk at a level appropriate to their program objectives. They diversify their investments among various financial instruments and asset categories and use multiple investment strategies. As a general practice, except for their holdings in Hewlett-Packard and Agilent stock, all financial assets of the foundation are managed by external investment management firms. Some assets are invested with limited partnerships that invest in the securities of companies that may not be immediately liquid, such as venture capital and buyout firms, and in real estate equity limited partnerships that have investments in various types of properties.
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May 08, 2020 - Philanthropy News Digest
Covid-19 relief effort by Soros's foundation is criticized by its own employees; Open Society's $130 million isn't new charitable spending but money that had already been budgeted for the year.
May 01, 2020 - Washington Post Blogs
Apr 22, 2020 - Philanthropy News Digest