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Company Overview of Carnegie Institution for Science

Company Overview

Carnegie Institution for Science is a not-for-profit organization that performs research in embryology, terrestrial magnetism, plant biology, global ecology, and geophysics. The organization also operates the Magellan Project and the du Pont and Swope telescopes observatories. It offers research in the areas of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Cosmochemistry, Geochemistry, Planetary Physics, and Seismology. Carnegie Institution for Science was formerly known as Carnegie Institution of Washington and changed its name to Carnegie Institution for Science in January 2007. The company was founded in 1902 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia.

1530 P Street NW

Washington, DC 20005

United States

Founded in 1902

Phone:

202-387-6400

Fax:

202-387-8092

Key Executives for Carnegie Institution for Science

President
Age: 72
Director of administration and finance
Chief Information Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Carnegie Institution for Science Key Developments

Carnegie Institution for Science Appoints Ann McElwain as Chief Development Officer

Carnegie Institution for Science announced that Ann McElwain, executive director of leadership giving at Dartmouth College, will be chief development officer at the Carnegie Institution for Science.

Carnegie Institution for Science Appoints Michael Stambaugh as Chief Investment Officer on March 28, 2016

Michael Stambaugh, currently Managing Director of Investments at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation will join the Carnegie Institution for Science as its first Chief Investment Officer on March 28, 2016. Mr. Stambaugh brings over 15 years of experience managing endowment assets. Mr. Stambaugh began his career in commercial banking and moved to endowment management with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2000, where he was part of a 5-person team managing the Met's $2.5 billion endowment in addition to managing the Museum's treasury function. He was then recruited by the American University in Cairo to establish an in-house investment office for their $600 million endowment. In his current role at the Sloan Foundation he holds a senior position on a four-person team where he drives all aspects of the investment process including the formulation of investment strategy, strategic asset allocation, manager selection, and risk management for their $1.8 billion endowment.

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