About the Foundation: Board

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Terry Stewart

Terry Stewart, the President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Rutgers University in New Jersey in 1969 and went on to earn his MBA in Finance and JD in Law at Cornell University. Serving as President, CEO and eventually Vice Chairman, Terry spent nine years working at the Marvel Entertainment Group, a leader in the fields of publishing, merchandising, advertising, trading cards, toys, software and children’s television. In 1991, Marvel went public and Stewart was named CNBC Marketing Executive of the Year. Long active in civic endeavors, Stewart has served on the Boards of the U.S. Committee for UNICEF, the National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse and the City Parks Foundation in New York City, where he is an advisor for the annual Summer Stage Concert Series in Central Park.

Damon Williams
Board Chairman

Terry Stewart
Board Vice Chairman

Jeff Harleston

Kenneth Gamble

Glen Barros
Jerry Blavat
Del Bryant
Charles Feldman
Iris Gordy
Brian Hall
Zach Horowitz
Octavius “Ted” Reid III
Bruce Resnikoff
Dr. Joseph Roberts
Claudette Robinson
Paul Shaffer
William Smith
Mike Stoller


Marc Byers
Chuck D
Jim Fifield
Harvey Fuqua
Shawn Gee
Richard Hunt
Chuck Jackson
Jason King, Ph.D.
Mathew Knowles
Jerry Leiber
David Nathan
Bonnie Raitt
Gregory J. Reed, Esq.
Hon. Blondell Reynolds Brown
Judy Tint, Esq.
Jeanie Weems
Louise West


Jerry Butler
Kendall Minter, Esq.


Frances Preston


Howell E. Begle, Esq.


Ed Bradley
Ruth Brown
Ahmet Ertegun
Gerald Levert
Teddy Pendergrass