Emma Bloomberg

Emma Bloomberg, Education Post's Fiduciary Board

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Chair, Fiduciary Board

New York City, New York

Emma Bloomberg recently stepped down from her role as chief of staff at the Robin Hood Foundation to focus on supporting education through the development of robust shared infrastructure. During her seven years at Robin Hood, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting poverty in New York City, she supported the chief executives in the development and execution of strategic initiatives and projects, and led the organization’s efforts in public policy and advocacy in education, most recently helping to form the emerging coalition High Achievement N.Y. Currently, Ms. Bloomberg is chairman on the boards of Stand for Children, Inc., and Leadership for Educational Equity, and sits on the boards of the Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Robin Hood Foundation, the Park Avenue Armory, and The KIPP Foundation.

A graduate of Princeton University, Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Business School, she lives in New York City with her husband, Chris Frissora, and their dogs, Molly and Chris Junior.

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