Elaine Wolfensohn

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Elaine Wolfensohn is married to James David Wolfensohn.

"For over forty years, Elaine Wolfensohn has been involved in the fields of education and arts education while raising her family. Her work in Australia and the United States has included teaching in private schools, creating teen tutoring programs in inner city schools, and training adult volunteers to tutor high school students. Mrs. Wolfensohn was educated at Wellesley College, where she received her B.A. She went on to receive her M.A. in French Literature from Columbia and her M.Ed. in counseling psychology from Teachers College. Mrs. Wolfensohn’s commitment to education also extends into her community advisory work. For years she chaired the Program Committee of the National Board of Young Audiences. Currently, she is President of the Board of Directors of the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic. In addition, she serves on the board of the Davidson Graduate School of Education of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Math for America, as well as the advisory committees of the Park City Mathematics Oversight Board at the Institute of Advanced Study, and Teachers College at Columbia University. During her husband's presidency of the World Bank, Mrs. Wolfensohn worked closely with the Bank on issues of education, early child development and gender equity." [1]

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  1. Leadership Team, BRAC USA, accessed August 27, 2008.