IRiSS Board

Nicholas Bloom's picture
Stanford University
Income and Wealth Research Group Leader, William D. Eberle Professor of Economics
management practices across firms and countries
Henry E. Brady's picture
University of California, Berkeley
Dean, Goldman School of Public Policy
Vice Chair, IRiSS Board; Vice President of Research & Development Operations and Central Services
Roger A. Clay Jr.'s picture
Stanford Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
Visiting Scholar, Former President of Insight Center for Community Economic Development
Karen Cook's picture
Stanford University
Director, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences; Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor of Sociology
trust in social relations and networks, physician-patient trust
Mary J. Dent's picture
Green Dot Bank
Craig Falkenhagen's picture
The Stanford Fund
National Chair
Thomas Geiser's picture
TPG Capital
Senior Advisor
Vice President
Vice President for Content and Chief Journalist
Donald Kennedy's picture
Stanford University
President Emeritus; Bing Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, Emeritus
Go To Girl Brazil
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Writer
Board Focus
Retired Founder and Principal
Meng Peeps National Executive Search
Kenneth Prewitt's picture
Columbia University
Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs
John F. Sandy Smith's picture
Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
Board Chair; Partner in Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Donna Schweers's picture
Independent Management Consulting Professional
C. Matthew Snipp's picture
Stanford University
Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Research Group Leader, Director of Social Science Secure Data Center, Professor of Sociology, Burnet C. and Mildred Finley Wohlford Professor of Humanities and Sciences
racial identification and residence, education, family composition, immigration and intermarriage rates
Lauren Speeth's picture
The Elfenworks Foundation
Founding Member, CPI Advisory Board
Stanford University
Executive Director, Stanford Institute for Research in the Social Sciences