Bloomberg Philanthropies works to ensure better, longer lives for the greatest number of people by focusing on five key areas: the arts, education, the environment, government innovation, and public health.
Encompassing all of Mike Bloomberg’s giving, Bloomberg Philanthropies includes his foundation, corporate, and personal philanthropy as well as Bloomberg Associates, a pro bono consultancy that works with mayors in cities around the world.
Mike has committed the vast majority of the profits from Bloomberg L.P., the global financial technology, data, and media company that he founded in 1981, to support the work of Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Bloomberg Philanthropies works to improve the lives of millions of people in more than 700 cities and 150 countries. In 2022, Bloomberg Philanthropies invested $1.7 billion around the world. Over his lifetime, Mike has so far given $14.4 billion to philanthropy.
Michael R. Bloomberg
“There is a growing movement of big cities and small towns that are striving to use data to improve the performance of government and the lives of their citizens.”
Patricia E. Harris
“At Bloomberg Philanthropies we believe that collaboration has an exponential effect on everything that we do.”
Learn more about the team leading Bloomberg Philanthropies’ work across every initiative.
Chief Operating Officer
Special Projects & New Initiatives
Women’s Economic Development
Board of Directors
Dr. Tenley E. Albright
Director, MIT Collaborative Initiatives, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Former Surgeon, Harvard Medical School; Olympic Gold Medal Figure Skater
Founder and CEO, Murmuration
President & Founder, Harlem Children’s Zone
UN Special Envoy for Climate Action & Finance; Chair & Head of Transition Investing, Brookfield
Kenneth I. Chenault
Chairman & Managing Director, General Catalyst; Former CEO & Chairman, American Express
Former Mayor, Miami, Florida; Former President, U.S. Conference of Mayors
Daniel L. Doctoroff
Founder & Chairman, Target ALS; Former Chairman & CEO, Sidewalk Labs
Patricia E. Harris
CEO, Bloomberg Philanthropies
CO-CEO & President, Ariel Investments
Robert A. Iger
CEO, The Walt Disney Company
Professor, Tulane University; Advisory Partner, Perella Weinberg
Artist and Designer
John J. Mack
Chairman Emeritus, Morgan Stanley
The Reverend Joseph M. McShane, S.J.
President Emeritus, Fordham University
Admiral Michael G. Mullen, USN (Ret.)
17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; President, MGM Consulting, LLC
Senior Advisor to the CEO, Phillips; Retired Chairman, Sotheby’s The Americas
Honorable Sam Nunn
Co-Chair, Nuclear Threat Initiative; Former U.S. Senator
Samuel J. Palmisano
Chairman, The Center for Global Enterprise; Retired Chairman, President and CEO, IBM Corporation
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Alphabet & Google
Secretary Henry “Hank” M. Paulson, Jr.
Chairman, The Paulson Institute; Former Secretary, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Former Chairman and CEO, Goldman Sachs
Dr. Alfred Sommer
Professor and Dean Emeritus, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Member, National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Medicine
Sir Martin Sorrell
Executive Chairman, S4 Capital; Founder, WPP
Anne M. Tatlock
Former Chairman & CEO, Fiduciary Trust International; Former Vice Chairman, Franklin Resources
Dennis M. Walcott
President and CEO, Queens Library; Former Chancellor, New York City Department of Education