Peter Goldberg

president, CEO, Alliance Children and Families

Peter Goldberg is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Alliance for Children and Families and its parent holding company, Families International, Inc. As president and CEO of Families International, Inc., Goldberg oversees a unique corporate structure that allows four organizations to operate under one parent company. This allows for the financial independence of each of the organizations while creating an environment that encourages collaboration. Goldberg also serves as chief executive officer of Ways to Work, Inc. and United Neighborhood Centers of America (UNCA).

Prior to joining the Families International group of companies in 1994, Goldberg held a variety of positions in the corporate and philanthropic field and in the public sector. He was President of the Prudential Foundation (1990-94) and head of Primerica's social responsibility programs (1982-88). He was Project Director of the New York State Heroin and Alcohol Abuse Study (1981-82) and Special Assistant to the Director of the U.S. government's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (1979-81).

Goldberg is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, Immediate Past Chair of the Board of The Children's Institute (Oregon), and a Board Trustee of The Bridgespan Group. He is also Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Listening Post Project at the Center for Civil Society Studies at Johns Hopkins University and Convening Chair of Leadership 18.

Peter Goldberg is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Alliance for Children and Families and its parent holding company, Families International, Inc. As president and CEO of Families International, Inc., Goldberg oversees a unique corporate structure that allows four organizations to operate under one parent company. This allows for the financial independence of each of the organizations while creating an environment that encourages collaboration. Goldberg also serves as chief executive officer of Ways to Work, Inc. and United Neighborhood Centers of America (UNCA).

Prior to joining the Families International group of companies in 1994, Goldberg held a variety of positions in the corporate and philanthropic field and in the public sector. He was President of the Prudential Foundation (1990-94) and head of Primerica's social responsibility programs (1982-88). He was Project Director of the New York State Heroin and Alcohol Abuse Study (1981-82) and Special Assistant to the Director of the U.S. government's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (1979-81).

Goldberg is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, Immediate Past Chair of the Board of The Children's Institute (Oregon), and a Board Trustee of The Bridgespan Group. He is also Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Listening Post Project at the Center for Civil Society Studies at Johns Hopkins University and Convening Chair of Leadership 18.

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