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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

ORGANIZATION

Formed 1969 by the merger of Avalon Foundation and Old Dominion Foundation.

As of May 2006, Chairman, Anne M. Tatlock. Trustees: Lewis W. Bernard, William G. Bowen, Drew G. Faust, Paul LeClerc, Colin Lucas, Walter E. Massey, W. Taylor Reveley III, Lawrence R. Ricciardi.

Chairman emeriti: William O. Baker, John C. Whitehead, Hanna H. Gray.

Official Website:
http://www.mellon.org/

Founding Date:
1969

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael J. Boskin
Economist
23-Sep-1945   Economics Professor at Stanford
William G. Bowen
Educator
6-Oct-1933   President, Princeton University, 1972-88
Drew Gilpin Faust
Educator
18-Sep-1947   President of Harvard University
Ira H. Fuchs
Administrator
?   Founder of BITNET
Paul LeClerc
Administrator
28-May-1941   CEO of New York Public Library
Walter E. Massey
Business
5-Apr-1938   Morehouse College president, physicist
Paul Mellon
Philanthropist
11-Jun-1907 1-Feb-1999 Yale Center for British Art benefactor
Nathan M. Pusey
Educator
4-Apr-1907 14-Nov-2001 President of Harvard, 1953-71
Don Michael Randel
Educator
9-Dec-1940   President, University of Chicago, 2000-06
Lawrence R. Ricciardi
Business
14-Aug-1940   General Counsel for IBM, 1995-2002
Neil Rudenstine
Educator
21-Jan-1935   President of Harvard, 1991-2001
Anne M. Tatlock
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Fiduciary Trust, 1999-2006
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89


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