Founding Member of the President's Leadership Council of The Asia Foundation
Former Chair, Oxfam America Board of Directors
Former Chair, The Income Fund of America
Former Director, Capital Research and Management Company (CRMC)
Janet McKinley retired as Chairman of The Income Fund of America, and as a director of Capital Research and Management Company (CRMC) which oversees mutual fund assets in excess of $1.3 trillion in 2004. In recent years, Ms. McKinley has become increasingly involved in efforts to help low income women and small scale farmers in developing countries gain access to financial services in order to manage their risks and significantly improve their economic situations. Ms. McKinley was chair of Oxfam America until the fall of 2010 and serves on the boards of Oxfam International, Smith College, the Deutsche Bank Microfinance Consortium Fund, MicroCredit Enterprise and The Synapse Market Access Fund. She graduated summa cum laude from Smith College (Phi Beta Kappa) and attended the University of Krakow, Poland, as a Fulbright Scholar. She also attended the New York University Graduate School of Business.