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The Nasdaq Educational Foundation, Inc.

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The Nasdaq Educational Foundation, Inc.

Overview

Date Founded
1994
Headquarters
805 King Farm Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850 USA
Company Description
The Nasdaq Educational Foundation, Inc., was established in 1994 and is supported entirely by contributions from Nasdaq. The mission of the Nasdaq Educational Foundation, Inc. is to support programs that further the Nasdaq vision and mission of connecting business, capital and innovative ideas to advance global economies. The Nasdaq Educational Foundation is also dedicated to supporting the communities with which we live. The Foundation has a history of providing humanitarian relief to those affected by natural disasters and other tragic events including recent support for victims of Hurricane Sandy and Typhoon Haiyan.
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Managing Director
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Chief Executive Officer at NASDAQ Global Funds, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer & President at Nasdaq, Inc.

General Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Administrative Officer at Serengeti Asset Management LP

Managing Director at The Nasdaq Educational Foundation, Inc.

President, Global Trading & Market Services at Nasdaq, Inc.

Director-Business Development at Amba Research (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Mercantile Bankshares Corporation
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