Lori Jackson, the President and CEO of the Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation, is an executive with over 20 years of experience in philanthropy. Before joining the Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation, Lori worked for several private and corporate foundations in Washington, D.C., and Boston, MA. Lori is a fearless performer with combined analytical and creative strengths, and the operational and management skills that are crucial to building and executing programs and effective grantmaking efforts. Throughout her career she has forged effective collaborations across diverse stakeholders and steered multiple, multi-year philanthropic partnerships both on national and local levels in biomedical research, pediatric health, and school-based mental health. At the Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation, she is committed to its strategic vision to transform the health, workforce opportunities, and economic stability of Black women East of the River. Lori knows that to make the world a better place, communities need to build power and funders need to share their power with these communities. In addition to having the privilege of serving on the New Futures Board, Lori is also an Institute for Public Health Innovation board member. Lori lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and three children.