ROBERT I. WOLK
PRIVATE INVESTOR, WOLK FAMILY OFFICE; BOARD CHAIR, AMREF HEALTH AFRICA
Rob currently manages private investments, with a focus on international and emerging market equities. Previously, Rob served as a Partner at the Carlyle Group in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for Carlyle's Asian telecommunications and media investments. Prior to Carlyle, Rob was an Executive Director at Goldman Sachs International, based in London and Hong Kong, where he helped build the firm's communications, media and technology (CMT) mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and privatization practices. He has worked on investments and transactions in over 30 countries across Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa.
Rob serves as US Board Chair of Amref Health Africa, the largest health development NGO in Africa, and is currently a member of the Boards of Directors of Volunteers of America-Greater NY, Breakthrough NY, the New York Cardiac Center and the Michael Wolk Heart Foundation. Rob is a member of the Alumni Council Executive Committee at Princeton University and serves as the President of the Princeton Association of New York City and as Founder and Co-Chair of the Princeton Alumni Angels of Greater NY. Rob is also a member of the Board of Trustees at the Trinity School in NYC and serves as Co-Chair of Trinity's Annual Fund.
Rob has an A.B. in Political Science and Economics (magna cum laude) from Princeton University and an M. Phil in International Relations from Cambridge University. He resides in New York City with his wife, Kyung-Ah Park, and daughters Kaylie and Keira.