John Blondel Jr.
John Blondel Jr. currently serves as Managing Director for Goldman Sachs, a leading global investment firm founded in 1869. Mr. John Blondel Jr. pursued a top education at Harvard University, where he completed an A.B. in History in 1978 and a Master of Business Administration in 1983. During his tenure at the university, John Blondel Jr. served as a reporter for the school's daily newspaper, The Harvard Crimson.
Outside of his work for Goldman Sachs, John Blondel Jr. contributes his insight to a number of organizations. He acts as co-chair of his Harvard class in support of the Harvard College Fund. Committed to education, he serves as a Board Member of The Jackie Robinson Foundation, a organization that bestows disadvantaged youths with four-year college scholarships. He also sits on the Board of Directors of The Academy of American Poets, a group that strives to support poets through awarding several poetry awards in America as well as awareness in poetry. Supportive of art and academia as well as his community, John Blondel Jr. supports the Friends of the High Line, a group that assists the New York City Park built on a historic railroad structure, for which he is a Board Member.