John Mullaney is the Executive Director Emeritus of the Nord Family Foundation and served as the Executive Director for 21 years. Prior to his tenure at The Nord Family Foundation, Mr. Mullaney served in both the education and non-profit sectors and developing countries. He was a program and research manager at Harvard University’s Institute for International Development and a program director for the Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, also at Harvard University. In each of his positions, he had the opportunity to work directly with university faculty and public officials in Latin America, Europe and Africa. His experience in philanthropy began in 1982 as a country representative for Catholic Relief Services in El Salvador during that country’s civil war. John completed his undergraduate education at Boston College and a Master’s degree from Georgetown University.
Celebrating Community As Family: An Interview with John Mullaney, Director Emeritus of the Nord Family Foundation
Posted on July 31, 2018 by John Mullaney
Privacy, Purpose and the Public Trust: Finding a Balance
Posted on May 10, 2018 by Bob Reid, John Mullaney, Laura McCargar, Pam David, Jason Born
Foundations Engaging in Policy: Not an Option but an Obligation
Posted on February 21, 2018 by John Mullaney
Policy Changes in the Pipeline: How Will New Proposed Legislation Affect Family Giving?
Posted on November 9, 2017 by Jay Hutchins, John Mullaney, Sandra Swirski
Foundations Must Speak Up About the Poor and Vulnerable Who Will Be Hurt by GOP Tax Plan
Posted on November 8, 2017 by Claudia Herrold, John Mullaney
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