Director of Grants | Peter G. Peterson Foundation
Rik Treiber is Director, Grants, at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, where he oversees grant operations and compliance. He collaborates on the development of grant initiatives that support the Foundation’s mission to increase public awareness of the nature and urgency of key fiscal challenges threatening America’s future and to accelerate action on them. Mr. Treiber is also Chairman of Philanthropic Initiatives and a member of the Advisory Board for Horizon Client Access, Inc., which provides political, economic, and security risk analyses to businesses seeking to enter markets in Eurasia, Africa, and South America.
Prior to joining the Peterson Foundation, Mr. Treiber was Associate Corporate Secretary and Director of Grants Management at the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Previously, he was Deputy Director of Grants Management at The Commonwealth Fund, and he has been a Research Associate at the Foundation Center.
Mr. Treiber is active in the philanthropic sector and speaks frequently on topics related to foundations and nonprofits. Recent volunteer and advisory activities include memberships on Philanthropy New York’s Committee on Directors, the Selection Committee for Fund for Teachers fellowships, and the advisory committee for NGOsource. Mr. Treiber holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University; a Master of Arts with High Honors in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara; and a Master of Arts degree in American Studies from New York University, where he was a Henry Mitchell McCracken Fellow.
Term expires 2020