Caroline Boyd Kronley
President, The Tinker Foundation
Caroline Kronley is the President of the Tinker Foundation, which promotes development in Latin America with a focus on governance, education, and the environment. Previously, she worked as the Managing Director for Strategy at the Rockefeller Foundation, leading the development of new programmatic initiatives. Earlier in her career, she was a management consultant at Katzenbach Partners as well as Booz & Company where she served a broad range of clients on strategy and organizational performance. Caroline worked for a number of years in Mexico, where she oversaw strategic planning activities for a microfinance institution. She graduated from Haverford College with a degree in history and a concentration in Latin American studies and holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management.
Caroline is speaking at
While the Biden Administration has committed $4 billion in direct foreign assistance (DFA) to the Northern Triangle region over the next four years, more investment will be needed from the multilateral development agencies, DFA from other nations as well as philanthropy and social enterprise investments. Our panelists will discuss the role that U.S. grantmakers and impact investors can play in helping to compliment government assistance to promote positive social change.
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