Peter C. Goldmark

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Peter C. Goldmark "currently directs the Climate and Air program for Environmental Defense. Previously, he was the Chairman and CEO of the International Herald Tribune. Peter has had exceptional careers in the public and private sectors, including serving as executive director of the Port Authority of New York and NJ. Peter also served as budget director for the State of New York during New York City’s financial crisis and was an architect of its rescue. He served as President of the Rockefeller Foundation, encouraging involvement in environmental issues, particularly as they related to energy.

"Affiliations: Board Member; Lend Lease Corporation (1999-present) Trustee; Whitehead Institute at MIT (2000-present) Overseer and Chair of Finance Committee (at various times); Harvard University (1984-1990) Director; Knight Ridder Inc. (1991-1998), Dreyfus Third Century Mutual Fund (1992-1998) Trustee; Financial Accounting Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund (1982-1988) Member; National Commission on Civic Renewal (1997-1998)." [1]

"Before joining the Times Mirror Company in 1985, Mr. Goldmark served for eight years as Executive Director of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. From 1975 to 1977, he was Director of the Budget for the State of New York and for four years prior to that, served as Secretary of Human Services for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Goldmark also served in the budget office of New York City for four years, and was Assistant Budget Director for Program Planning and Analysis before becoming Executive Assistant to the Mayor in 1970. Earlier in his career, he was on the staff of the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington, and taught history at the Putney School in Vermont." [2]

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  1. Peter C. Goldmark,, accessed July 9, 2007.
  2. Global Leadership Network Peter C. Goldmark, organizational web page, accessed May 5, 2012.
  3. Global Leadership Network Members, organizational web page, accessed May 5, 2012.
  4. Fuel Freedom Advisors, organizational web page, accessed March 10, 2019.