T. Rowe Price Foundation
As a child, John Brothers grew up in poverty. Now he manages the philanthropic giving practices of the T. Rowe Price Foundation.
Brothers’ journey began in his local community, where he worked as a community organizer and family case manager in urban neighborhoods throughout the Midwest. Her work early in her career helped homeless women and children receive emergency services, school-aged children in public housing connect to after-school programs, and immigrant families find housing options. of transition.
Today, Brothers is chairman of the T. Rowe Price Foundation and the Program for Charitable Giving, two positions he has held since 2015.
Since its inception in 1981, The T. Rowe Price Foundation has awarded $132 million in direct grants and matching contributions across the United States, focusing on nonprofit organizations that improve community life and especially education and youth development. The Charitable Giving Program was founded later, in 2000, and through this donor-driven fund, the Brothers will assist clients when they open fund accounts and support their designated charities.
Prior to joining the T. Rowe Price Foundation, Brothers led Quidoo, an international nonprofit management and leadership consulting firm.
He holds an MPA from New York University, an MBA from American University, and a Ph.D. from Northeastern University. He has taught all over the world, including Ireland and China, but most recently at the Maryland Correctional Institution in Jessup.