Eric Braverman

Lecturer in the Practice of Government

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Eric Braverman was chief executive officer of the Clinton Foundation from 2013 to 2015.  At the Foundation, Braverman led an effort to help ensure long-term sustainability—securing an endowment, transforming the organization’s use of data, establishing governance practices to reflect changing laws and public expectations, consolidating entities, and creating professional development for staff. 

Previously, Braverman served as a partner at McKinsey & Company, where he advised leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors on strategy, organization, and operations. Named by Fortune magazine in 2010 as one of the “40 Most Influential Leaders in Business” worldwide under 40 years old, Braverman co-founded McKinsey’s public sector practice and directed its work on government innovation globally. He also served as an advisor on performance management and technology for President Obama's transition team in 2008.

Braverman is a frequent speaker on government at events, conferences, and seminars around the world—both in academic and practitioner-oriented settings—focusing particularly on innovation in government and the importance of partnership between the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to improve lives.

Education

  • JD, Yale Law School

Courses

  • Innovation in Government and Society MGT 866