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Company Overview of National Academy Foundation

Company Overview

The National Academy Foundation (NAF) focuses on promoting career academies to support the development of America's youth toward personal and professional success. The foundation operates academies focusing on finance, travel and tourism, and information technology. These academies are targeted to schools in the urban, suburban, and rural areas where businesses exist alongside the schools. NAF was founded in 1982 and is based in New York City.

39 Broadway

Suite 1640

New York, NY 10006

United States

Founded in 1988





Key Executives for National Academy Foundation

Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Office Administration
Interim Chief Operating Officer and Advisor
Treasurer and Director
Age: 67
Secretary and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

National Academy Foundation Key Developments

NAF Names Maryanne Greenfield as Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement

NAF announced that Maryanne Greenfield has joined the organization as Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement. Bringing 19 years of experience managing Development efforts at major New York City nonprofits, Ms. Greenfield will now lead NAF's fund development activities and help diversify philanthropic giving to support the education nonprofits growth and expansion. Ms. Greenfield joins NAF from a 5-year tenure at The Rogosin Institute as Vice President of Institutional Advancement. At Rogosin, Ms. Greenfield was a key member of the senior management team and played a pivotal role in creating Rogosin's five-year Strategic Plan. Additionally, she worked closely with Rogosin's 27-member Board of Directors and successfully raised over $5 million in capital funding for a new health care facility in Manhattan.

National Academy Foundation Appoints Lynne Doughtie as New Board Member

National Academy Foundation announced the appointment of Lynne Doughtie, Chairman & CEO of KPMG LLP, to their Board of Directors. Doughtie joins a team of leaders dedicated to ensuring that high school students are college, career, and future ready, and will lend her corporate expertise and years of experience to increase the visibility of NAF's work across the country and help set the organization's vision for the future. She most recently served as Vice Chair of KPMG's Advisory business, steering it on a path of tremendous growth and establishing it as the firm's fastest growing business.

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