The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial support, staffing, and creative resources for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. The
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The major holdings from the Kennedy Presidential Library's Archives are now universally accessible through the pioneering Access to a Legacy Web and Digital Archives Project. The nation’s largest
Remarks by Mr. Robert Kraft at the 23rd Annual May Dinner, May 22, 2011
Caroline Kennedy speaking at the 2010 President's Council dinner Date: March 8, 2010 Creator: Tom Fitzsimmons Copyright: Tom Fitzsimmons, Kennedy Library Foundation
Caroline Kennedy pictured with the Women of Liberia: Leymah Gbowee, Viaba Flomo, and Janet Johnson Bryant, Profile in Courage Award recipients, May 18, 2009. Gbowee and her collegues risked their
Senator Kennedy and Caroline Kennedy honor John Seigenthaler for his years of service as chair of the Profile in Courage Award Committee at the 2008 President's Council dinner. Date: 3/10/08 Creator:
Jill Ker Conway with Richard and Nancy Donahue at the Profile in Trust Wall Dedication, at the Kennedy Library Date: November 4, 2009 Creator: Tom Fitzsimmons Copyright: Tom Fitzsimmons, Kennedy
Kennedy Library Foundation Chairman Kenneth R. Feinberg with Mars Child and Jay Zimmerman at the Profile in Courage Trust Wall Dedication Date: November 4, 2009 Creator: Tom Fitzsimmons Copyright: Tom
About the Collection Rose Kennedy first deposited the Kennedy Family Collection (the "Collection") of still photographs in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in 1975 and made
The mission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation was first articulated by Jacqueline Kennedy, who, when describing the yet-to-be-built library, envisioned it as “a vital center of education and
Ambassador Caroline Kennedy is an attorney and the editor of nine New York Times best-selling books on constitutional law, American history, politics and poetry. From 2013– 2017, she served as the
Join the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation’s New Frontier Network for A Nation of Immigrants Event on November 10th as we commemorate the 60th Anniversary of President Kennedy’s book, A Nation of Immigrants.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer of the JFK Library Foundation, the Staff & Payroll Accountant will perform critical tasks for the Accounting Department. The individual will work independently and collaboratively to meet competing deadlines and assist with a variety of projects.
Mr. Sargent served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Staples, Inc., the world’s largest office supply company, from 2002-2016 and 2005-2017, respectively. Mr. Sargent joined Staples in 1989
The Board of Advisors of the Kennedy Library Foundation helps to support and advance the mission of the Foundation. It is comprised of a group of esteemed stakeholders of the Kennedy Library
Charles B. Allen Adrienne Arsht *Geno A. Ballotti David M. Bartley Philip Baskin James J. Blanchard *William L. Brown Wayne A. Budd *McGeorge Bundy *John Campbell David Carley *Michael W. Christian
Thank you for supporting the JFK Library by giving the gift of membership! Membership gift packets will be mailed to the purchaser’s address, ready to present to the intended recipient. Please allow
Members of the New Frontier Network enjoy unique opportunities to connect with the John F. Kennedy Library, including invitations to exclusive events.
The Profiles in Service breakfast series features an hour of conversation with top leaders in public service, open to the first 40 eligible New Frontier Network members that register. Members at the
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