Board Members

Brad Smith – President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft; Board of Directors, Netflix; Chair of the Board of Directors of Kids in Need of Defense (KIND); Chair of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD); Board Chair, Washington State Opportunity Scholarship program.

Lanny Breuer – Vice-Chairman and Partner, Covington & Burling; Former: Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Department of Justice (2009-2013); Special Counsel to President Clinton (1997-1999); and Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan (1985-1989).

Margery Kraus – Founder and Executive Chairman, APCO Worldwide; Chairman of the Board, Women Presidents’ Organization; Trustee, American University, Northwestern Mutual Life, the Arthur W. Page Society, the Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation and the Institute for Public Relations; Vice Chairwoman of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Transparency and Anti-Corruption.

Ravi Venkatesan – Independent Director and Co-Chairman of the Board, Infosys; Chairman, Bank of Baroda; Board of Trustees, The Rockefeller Foundation; Chairman, Social Venture Partners (SVP) India; Author, “Conquering the Chaos – Win in India, Win Everywhere”; Venture Partner, Unitus  Seed Fund; Former: Member of the Board, AB Volvo (2007 – 2014); Chairman, Microsoft India (BMSI) (2004 – 2012); Chairman, Cummins India, Inc. (1996 – 2003)

Mike Bell – Finance Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft; Joined Microsoft through the Visio acquisition in 2000, has held a variety of corporate finance and accounting leadership positions in the wireless and technology industries.

Pamela Passman – President and CEO of the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe.org) and CREATe Compliance Inc.; Strategic Advisory Board member, Ethisphere; Trustee, Lafayette College. Former: Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Global Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft Corporation (1996 – 2011); Covington & Burling, Washington, D.C. (1987 – 1996) and Nagashima & Ohno, Tokyo (1991-1992).