Eric Braverman YC '97, LAW '02, a partner at McKinsey & Company and a lecturer in the practice of government at Yale SOM, has been appointed chief executive officer of the Clinton Foundation, the foundation announced.
Braverman is a co-founder and leader of McKinsey's public sector practice and the firm's work on government innovation, and an advisor to governments, nonprofit organizations, and businesses.
At Yale, he teaches a course on innovation in government, jointly listed at Yale SOM, Yale Law School, and the Jackson Institute on Global Affairs. He will next teach the course in spring 2014.
Braverman succeeds Bruce Lindsey as CEO of the Clinton Foundation, founded by former president Bill Clinton and recently renamed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation. The foundation undertakes initiatives related to health, economic development, and sustainability around the world.