KKR & Co. hired Ford Motor Co.’s Pamela Alexander to oversee the private equity firm’s corporate citizenship and philanthropy programs.
Alexander, 54, will be based in New York and also work with KKR’s portfolio companies, according to an emailed statement. She succeeds Ali Hartman, who left to oversee responsible investment at Tiger Global Management.
In 2016, KKR started its citizenship program to “help create healthier, more inclusive and more resilient communities around the world,” the New York-based firm said in the statement. For example, it launched a $50 million Covid Relief Fund. Other buyout giants, including Apollo Global Management Inc. and Blackstone Inc., have similar citizenship programs.
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