Eileen W. Epstein

Member, Board of Trustees at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

Eileen W. Epstein

Eileen W. Epstein

Member, Board of Trustees at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

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Eileen Epstein is on the board of American Jewish World Service, Inc. Ms. Epstein received an undergraduate degree from the University of California and a graduate degree from The University of Chicago.

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Global Ambassador at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

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Research Fellow at The Independent Institute

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President & Chief Executive Officer at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

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Former Community Psychiatrist at AIDS Healthcare Foundation

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Senior Fellow at University of Southern California - Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy

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Former Partner at Blank Rome LLP

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President at The Pratt Co.

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Vice Chair at GOJO Industries, Inc.

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Chairwoman of MA'Yan, the Jewish Women's Project at The Jewish Community Center In Manhattan, Inc.

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Former Chief Operations & Innovations Officer at Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, and Sonoma Counties

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Research Fellow at The Independent Institute

The Independent Institute is a non-profit public-policy research and educational organization which shapes ideas through publications, conferences, and multi-media programs. It offers course adoption program, working papers, research articles, audio and visual programs, and student internships and seminars. The organization was founded by David J. Theroux in 1986 and is headquartered in Oakland, CA.

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BA

The University is governed by The Regents, which under Article IX, Section 9 of the California Constitution has "full powers of organization and governance" subject only to very specific areas of legislative control. The article states that "the university shall be entirely independent of all political and sectarian influence and kept free therefrom in the appointment of its Regents and in the administration of its affairs." Board Membership Article IX, Section 9 was drafted in 1878 after a decade of political conflict demonstrated the importance of sheltering the university from shifting political winds. The board consists of 26 members: 18 regents are appointed by the governor for 12-year terms One is a student appointed by the Regents to a one-year term Seven are ex officio members -- the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the Assembly, Superintendent of Public Instruction, president and vice president of the Alumni Associations of UC and the UC president. In addition, two faculty members -- the chair and vice chair of the Academic Council -- sit on the board as non-voting members. Board Officers The Governor is officially the president of the Board of Regents; however, in practice the presiding officer of the Regents is the Chairman of the Board, elected from among its body for a one-year term, beginning July 1. The current Chairman is Regent Sherry Lansing. The Vice Chairman is Regent Bruce Varner. The Regents appoints Officers of The Regents: the General Counsel; the Chief Investment Officer; the Secretary and Chief of Staff; and the Chief Compliance and Audit Officer. Former Regents Here is a list of individuals who have served as Regents of the University of California: Former Regents Committees and Meetings The Regents operates through 10 standing committees: Compliance and Audit, Compensation, Educational Policy, Finance, Governance, Grounds and Buildings, Health Services, Investments, Long Range Planning, and Oversight of the Department of Energy Laboratories. The Regents meets six times a year every other month in two-day meetings

Masters in the History of Art

The University of Chicago's Office of Investments (COI) is responsible for managing the University's investment assets, which includes overseeing the endowment to ensure that it benefits both current and future generations of the University of Chicago. COI oversees the broad investment strategy and provides input to the development of the strategic and tactical investment policies of the University & UCMC endowments, pension plans and self-insurance trust assets. Their strategy combines qualitative and quantitative analysis, seeking to achieve superior investment performance on a risk-adjusted basis.COI's approach seeks to evaluate the investment strategy as an integrated part of the operating plans of the University rather than in isolation and focuses the the University's overall success, not investment returns. The endowment is well-diversified across a variety of asset classes, including global stocks and bonds, real estate, natural resources, private equity, absolute return strategies and protection (tail-hedging strategies). Asset class exposure is achieved primarily by selecting and engaging external managers. COI manages the global macro and the overlay portfolio to ensure that the portfolio's overall positioning is compliance with the endowment's investment guidelines.COI's strategies for investing in the public markets include: Absolute Return, Private Debt, Fixed Income and Credit. and Global Equities.COI's real assets team invests globally in real estate and natural resources using outside managers. The real estate portfolio invests globally in value-added and opportunistic strategies using both private partnerships and public vehicles. The natural resources portfolio invests globally in strategies that include, but are not limited to: oil and gas exploration & production; power generation; infrastructure; timber; mining and minerals; and agriculture.

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Member, Board of Trustees
2011 - Current

American Jewish World Service, Inc. provides social and community development services. It offers disaster response, civil and political, land and water, sexual health and rights, and ending child marriage. The company was founded by Larry Phillips and Larry Simon in 1985 and is based in New York, NY.

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$1,000 - $4,999
2017

TO INSPIRE AND CHANGE LIVES THROUGH MUSIC BY PROVIDING CHORAL EDUCATION AND PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES TO CHICAGO YOUTH FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS.

$100 - $249
2016

TO INSPIRE AND CHANGE LIVES THROUGH MUSIC BY PROVIDING CHORAL EDUCATION AND PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES TO CHICAGO YOUTH FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS.

$50K - $100K
2015

American Jewish World Service, Inc. provides social and community development services. It offers disaster response, civil and political, land and water, sexual health and rights, and ending child marriage. The company was founded by Larry Phillips and Larry Simon in 1985 and is based in New York, NY.

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