Steven Wozencraft, the Executive Vice President of the John D. Evans Foundation has spent the last 30 years of his career working with NGOs and not-for-profits. The former President of the John O’Donnell Company, a firm established in 1966, which specialized in helping NGOs and not-for-profit organizations. As President of the John O’Donnell Company, he oversaw the development of numerous organizations by helping them build their capacity. Through his work, he has assisted causes including The Boys Club of New York, Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens, the Clinton Foundation, the Harlem Boys Choir, the Jewish Board of Family and Children Services, Empire State Pride Agenda, Kids Peace, and numerous others.Steve currently serves on the boards of the Vet Voice Foundation, Atlas Corps, Dr. Robert Gallo’s Institute of Human Virology, the Department of State Fine Arts Committee, The State Department Global Equality Fund (he has worked directly with Secretary of State Kerry and Clinton to raise funding and awareness of GEF’s work), and the Advisory Board of the Bretton Woods II initiative at the New America Foundation. From 2014 to 2016 Steve worked with President Obama’s senior leadership team on Criminal Justice Reform specifically the Presidents Community, Courtroom and Cellblock initiative. He has maintained the relationships he developed in the Obama White House and continues to work on Criminal Justice reform with the Obama team. He is a past board member of South Coast Medical Center, University of Michigan Center for Global Health External Advisory Board, GLAAD, NGLCC, Positive Young People Foundation (PYP) Advisory Board and Friend Factor. Internationally he has been an organizer of the United Nations Nexus Global Youth summit sponsored by UNDP, Founding Member of the Clinton Global Initiative, Member of TED, an inaugural member of the 2010 White House Next Generation Leadership program.