The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is pleased to announce the expansion of its Board of Trustees. Joining Gordon and Betty Moore on the board will be Lewis W. Coleman, Kenneth G. Moore, Steven E. Moore, and Kenneth F. Siebel. The Board of Trustees meets quarterly to help guide the Foundation's strategy and grant-making.
Lew Coleman, the Foundation's President, is a native San Franciscan and committed naturalist. With 37 years of experience in the banking industry, he brings outcome-based and high-risk/high-reward approaches to the world of philanthropy.
Steven Moore, a fifth-generation Californian, is the Executive Director and a trustee of the Moore Family Foundation. He has a BS in Business Management, and is an avid outdoorsman. Steve enjoys camping, hiking, scuba diving, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and travel of all kinds, especially to natural environments.
Kenneth Moore has been a trustee of the Moore Family Foundation for 13 years. Ken holds a degree in business administration, and currently serves as a manager at Philips Semiconductors, responsible for delivering billions of Philips' integrated circuits annually to customers around the world. He enjoys spending time with family, traveling, automobile racing, scuba diving, fly-fishing, and working with computers and electronic gadgetry.
Kenneth Siebel, Managing Director of U.S. Trust Company, N.A., brings 36 years of experience in the investment business and wealth management to the Foundation's board. Ken currently serves on the Board of Trustees and Investment Committee of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and on the Finance and Investment Committee, Corporate Partnerships Committee, and Resources Commitment Committee of Conservation International.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation was established in September 2000 to create positive outcomes for future generations. The Foundation funds outcome-based grants and initiatives to achieve significant and measurable results. Grantmaking supports the Foundation's principal areas of interest: global environmental conservation, science, and the San Francisco Bay Area.