Led by Honorary Chair Conan O’Brien, who recently headlined the New Frontier Network's inaugural fundraiser, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation’s New Frontier Network brings together future generations of leaders and philanthropists committed to advancing President Kennedy’s ideals of civic engagement and public service to new generations.
Members enjoy unique opportunities to connect with the Kennedy Library, including invitations to exclusive events around the country with civic and business leaders, high-profile elected officials, humanitarians & rising stars in public service.
Our members also provide a vital source of energy, leadership, and critical funds to the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, all while participating in dynamic programming and activities.
Join the New Frontier Network
To join the New Frontier Network or to learn about corporate sponsorship opportunities, contact Sarina Sadana at NFN@JFKLFoundation.org or call 617.514.1673.
Profiles in Service Breakfast Speaker Series
In January 2015, the JFK Library Foundation introduced Profiles in Service,
a breakfast speaker series offered to members of the John F. Kennedy
New Frontier Network. Each month we’ll feature an hour of conversation
with top leaders in public service. Upcoming 2016 events will feature Bill Swanson, retired Chairman and CEO of Raytheon Company; Josh Kraft, Nicholas President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston; and Gerald Chertavian, Founder and CEO of Year Up. Learn more >
New Frontier Network Leadership:
Conan O'Brien, Honorary Chair
Stephen J. Kerrigan, Co-Chair
Jeannie Kedas, Co-Chair
New Frontier Network Steering Committee:
Calen Angert, TA Associates
Terence Burke, Boston Chamber of Commerce
Julie Burns, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
Wendell K. Chestnut, Bank of America
Yasmin Cruz, John Hancock
Kate Donaghey, MA Teachers Association
Leslie Feinberg, Home Base Program
Mary Liz Ganley, ML Ganley Consulting
David Gasson, Boston Capital
David Guarino, Melwood Global
Julie Lammers, American Student Assistance
Noreen McMahon, Highland Street Foundation
Joanna Shea O’Brien, Communications and Research Consultant
Leigh Simons Youmans, MA Council of Community Hospitals
Corey Welford, CTP Boston
B.J. Wiley, SweatCred
with generous support from: