Former Chairman and CEO, Fiduciary Trust Company International
Anne Tatlock joined Fiduciary Trust International in 1984. She established herself as an expert in global asset management and rose through the ranks, becoming president in 1994, CEO in 1999, and chairman in 2000. Ms.Tatlock led the firm through one of its most challenging periods after nearly 90 employees were lost during the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11. In December 2006, Ms.Tatlock retired and, soon after, she stepped down from her position as vice chairman of Fiduciary’s parent company, Franklin Resources. Ms.Tatlock remains a director on both Boards. She has also served on the Boards of American General Insurance, Merck, Fortune Brands, and Beam Global.
Active as a trustee since 1994, Ms.Tatlock has extensive experience overseeing nonprofits. She is currently a trustee of the American Ballet Theatre where she was the vice-chairman from 1998 to 2000. She also serves on the Boards of Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation.
Ms.Tatlock’s past Board positions include the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (chairman 2003–2012), the Mayo Clinic, Vassar College, The Teagle Foundation, the Cultural Institutions Retirement System (chairman 1996–2001), and The Conference Board (vice-chairman 2003–2007) where she currently serves on the Global Advisory Council.
Ms.Tatlock was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2004, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in 2000. In 2006 she was honored with the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal Award, which recognizes significant contributions to society in the arts, education, and humanitarian concerns.
After graduating from Vassar College, Ms.Tatlock earned a Masters in Economics from New York University.