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Corporate Council

The Corporate Council provides support to the National Archives Foundation’s mission, helping reach millions of students, teachers, and families annually. In return for their meaningful contributions, the Foundation offers exclusive benefits including invitations to high-profile receptions, the opportunity to host guests for a private tour, discounts on event rentals in our beautiful building, and public recognition as part of our impressive list of corporate supporters. If you have any questions about the Corporate Council, please contact Margaret Tompkins, Director of Institutional Relations, at margaret.tompkins@archivesfoundation.org.

Kevin Donnelan

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Ziad Ojakli

Ziad Ojakli

Heather Kennedy

Brad Figel

Fred Humphries

Sean Broderick

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Sean Broderick
Senior Director, Global Government Relations
Proctor & Gamble

Mary Fords

Mary Culler
President 
Ford Motor Company Fund

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David Don
Senior Vice President, Public Policy
Comcast Corporation

Kevin Donnellan

Kevin Donnellan
Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff
AARP

4

Fred Humphries
Corporate Vice President,
U.S. Government Affairs
Microsoft Corporation

6

Heather Kennedy
Vice President, Government Relations
The Home Depot

7

Ziad Ojakli
Executive Vice President,
Government Operations
The Boeing Company

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Peter Rowan
Vice President, U.S. Public Affairs
Mars, Incorporated

As keeper of our nation’s history, the National Archives holds more than 17 billion records, including our country’s most foundational documents: the Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. The National Archives Foundation supplements the work of the Archives by encouraging a deeper connection to the American story through private support of programming, exhibits, and educational initiatives in Washington, DC, and across the country.