Breakthrough New York is pleased to welcome Anne Buehl to its Board of Directors. This brings the number of board members to 23.
“Anne has already made a significant impact on our organization, and yet we are delighted by the additional ways she will be able to apply her extensive leadership and mentorship experience to BTNY through her new role on our board,” said executive director, Beth E. Onofry.
Anne is a Principal at Rocaton Investment Advisors where she serves as an investment consultant leading client relationships across endowments and foundations, healthcare systems, pension plans, and 401(k) plans. She also currently chairs the Advisory Council at the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women at Brown University, and co-heads the Northeast Regional Event Programming committee for Brown University’s Women’s Leadership Council. Anne is a graduate of Brown University with a degree in Applied Math-Economics and earned an MBA from Columbia University.
“I am thrilled to welcome Anne to the Breakthrough New York board. We look forward to continuing to work with Anne to advance BTNY’s priorities and impact on our community,” said Gautam Ranji, board chair.
“I am excited to help develop the next generation of leaders and support Breakthrough’s important work in cultivating these students’ talent and potential,” said Anne Buehl.
About Breakthrough New York
Breakthrough New York is a ten-year academic and social enrichment program that prepares students from low-income backgrounds to succeed in competitive high schools, colleges, and careers. The non-profit organization serves over 500 students from grades 7 through college. Over 90% of students graduate from college each year.