Judith Rodin's keynotes and ceaseless work as a philanthropist have contributed to strategizing increased resilience in developing nations.
Dr. Rodin was a provost at Yale University until her tenure at University of Pennsylvania. Among her countless academic articles, she has also written or co-written 12 books. After her work in academia, her professional trajectory took a turn for the philanthropic as she became the president of the Rockefeller Foundation. This title was especially prestigious as she was the first to take the helm at the Rockefeller Foundation.
Dr. Rodin has received 18 honorary doctorate degrees along with prestigious titles by Forbes, National Association of Corporate Directors, and been named one of Crain's New York's 50 Most Powerful Women in New York. Dr. Judith Rodin is a widely recognized international leader in education and philanthropy.