Chairman, Rutgers University Board of Governors, Vice Chairman, Biden Foundation, Former CEO, RR Donnelley, Former Deputy Mayor, City of Chicago
Mark Angelson is Vice Chairman of the Institute of International Education (IIE), the nonprofit world leader in international education and training, which administers the Fulbright Scholarships and hundreds of other programs from offices around the globe. He is Chairman of IIE’s 2019 Centennial Committee and Chairman of IIE’s Scholar Rescue Fund and its scholar selection committee, and is co-author of several articles about the efficacy of saving professors and entire national academies from persecution the world over. Mark is Chairman of the Board of Governors of Rutgers University and a life trustee of Northwestern University, and has been an Adjunct Professor of Mergers and Acquisitions at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. Mark is Vice Chairman of the Biden Foundation, and is a member of the board of directors of Quad/Graphics, Inc., a NYSE-listed multinational corporation that is the Americas’ largest provider of printing and multichannel media strategies. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and its membership committee, and of the Economic Club of New York.
Mark served as Chairman/CEO of several large public companies, including as CEO of RR Donnelley, and in so doing was a leader of the transformation and consolidation of the printing and coated paper industries. He served as the Deputy Mayor of Chicago and as Chairman of MidOcean Partners, an international investment firm. Previously he had a lengthy and distinguished career as an international lawyer in each of Singapore, New York and London.
Mark’s many honors include membership in Phi Beta Kappa, the Pilgrims (New York and London), the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, and the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni, as well as his appointment as Richard D. Heffner Public Service Professor at Rutgers. He received an honorary Doctorate of Laws from the John Marshall Law School, the Harold H. Hines Award from the United Negro College Fund and the inaugural Alumni Service Award from Rutgers Law School.