Karen Bond

Karen Bond (T’80) has over 20 years of experience designing innovative programs that increase educational access for first-generation students. She has held leadership positions with the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth and led the Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program and Goldman Sachs Next Generation Venture Fund. Her experience includes teaching classes in Diversity Management for the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University. In 2020, she joined the Judge Alexander Williams Center for Policy at the University of Maryland College Park. She has served on the boards of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Friends School, Meals on Wheels, Maryland Nonprofits, and the Greater Baltimore Leadership Committee Lead- ership Board, Invest in Girls and the Executive Alliance, for which she served as president in 2017. She graduated from Duke University with an A.B. in English and Political Science and a graduate degree in Organizational Development and Training from Johns Hopkins University.