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Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Johnson & Johnson
UBS Financial Services Inc.
Edward W. Scott Jr.
Smita Singh & Tim Westergren
Lawrence H. Summers
Maureen White & Steve Rattner
President's Circle Deloitte LLP
United Health Group
Hon. Henrietta Fore
C. Boyden Gray
Miller-Wehrle Family Foundation
Robert Mosbacher, Jr.
Leadership Circle Munir Alam & Samira Rahmatullah
Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
Tony & Judy Fratto
Thomas Gibian & Christina Grady
Lord Mark Malloch-Brown
Jonathan & Jennifer Oppenheimer
Amit J. & Vicky L. Patel Foundation
Karl & Kirsten Pfleger
BJ & Alicia Pittman
Development Circle Timothy & Jennifer Adams
Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss
David & Deborah Douglas
John Lipsky & Zsuzsanna Karasz
Ed & Monique McNally
Daniel & Felicia Morrow
Dina Habib Powell
Updated July 27, 2016
The Center for Global Development’s community of investors plays a crucial role in our efforts to discover and promote practical ways to reduce global poverty and inequality. CGD benefits from those who join in our deliberations and support our work.
This is where the Partners Council comes in. The Partners Council is a forum where CGD convenes highly-respected actors committed to making the world a more prosperous, just, and safe place for us all. Business and civic leaders benefit from our well-informed, independent, and data-driven analysis. And CGD in turn learns from our Partners Council colleagues as the private sector plays an increasingly significant role in development.
As part of a non-governing body of the Center, Partners Council members are able to engage directly with CGD experts and our network through private breakfasts, preferred access to briefings and events, tailored communications, and more. Through these benefits, they gain insight on issues that are relevant to their businesses and exchange valuable perspectives on shared global challenges.
Center for Global Development Partners’ Council members appreciate CGD’s governing principles of transparency and independence: They understand we do not accept funding that seeks to impose limits or restrictions on CGD’s independence in research, findings, conclusions or resulting publications.
Members of the Partners Council enjoy frequent opportunities to engage with CGD experts and networks at private events in Washington, reserved seating at public events, and participation in our annual Summit.
Invitation to private Partners Council breakfasts with key national and international policy influencers
Quarterly insider update on CGD’s research, events, and timely development issues in The Partnership newsletter
Prominent recognition in CGD’s Commitment to Development Acknowledgment Wall of donors
Priority invitations and reserved seating to events held or hosted by CGD
Complimentary copies of CGD publications
Acknowledgment on CGD's website
Other Partnership Opportunities
There are several additional exclusive ways for companies to partner with CGD. For further information on further engagement opportunities, please direct inquiries to: Ben Leo or Anna Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.416.4049.
Please note that reservations of CGD’s event spaces and meetings with CGD scholars will be scheduled for President’s Circle and Chairman’s Circle members based on staff availability and discretion.