The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in Princeton, N.J. is searching for a new chief investment officer, a foundation spokesperson confirmed.
“Mr. O’Neil is retiring at the end of the year, pending the successful recruitment of a replacement,” the spokesperson wrote in an email referring to Brian O'Neil, who joined the non-profit community organization as CIO in 2003.
The foundation, which focuses on access to health care, public health, health equity, leadership, and training, and changing systems to address barriers to health, has an $11.4 billion investment portfolio.
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