We are delighted to announce that Judith Bollinger has been appointed to the Board of Trustees.
With more than 30 years of experience in financial services, Judith originally worked for Goldman Sachs in equity research and most recently as the CEO of Judico Capital Pte. Limited, a Singapore-based fund. She is currently the non-executive Chairman of ABG Sundal Collier, a Norwegian investment bank, and serves as Chairman of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Judith is a trustee of Independent Opera, a UK charity, and serves on two boards of Latymer Upper School: The Executive Campaign Board and the Investment Board. In prior years, she served on the Development Board for the British Library.
Speaking about her appointment, Judith said: “The Foundling Museum has universal appeal due to the compelling story it tells of child welfare, societal values, philanthropy and artistic engagement. I am delighted to join what is already a strong group of trustees. I hope that my background in finance, research and philanthropy will help the Museum chart a course for continued growth and community impact in the years ahead.”
Larissa Joy, Chair of the Board of Trustees, said: “I am delighted to welcome Judith to the Board of the Foundling Museum. Judith brings an exceptional combination of international experience in business, the arts, finance and social impact, as well as a strong commitment to the vision and purpose of the Museum. The Trustees and the leadership team are absolutely thrilled that she is joining us at this exciting time in our growth and development. We very much look forward to working with her in the months and years ahead.”