DANIEL L. DOCTOROFF
Daniel L. Doctoroff was appointed to the United States Olympic Committee board of directors in March 2015.
Previously, Doctoroff served as CEO of Bloomberg L.P. from 2011-14 after joining the company as president in 2008. Under his direction, Bloomberg successfully navigated through an economic downturn by making major enhancements to its products, services and technology, and acquiring new entities, such as Bloomberg Businessweek.
Prior to his tenure at Bloomberg, Doctoroff served as deputy mayor for economic development and rebuilding for New York, in which he worked closely with Mayor Michael Bloomberg on economic development strategy and positioning the city for future prosperity.
Doctoroff previously spent 14 years as managing partner of Oak Hill Capital Partners. During his tenure, he founded NYC2012 and crafted a bid for New York to host the 2012 Olympic Games, which focused on economic development, housing and park enhancements. He also previously served as an investment banker at Lehman Brothers.
Doctoroff earned his bachelor’s degree from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and his juris doctor degree from the University of Chicago Law School, where he also serves on the executive committee of the university’s board of trustees. He is also the chairman of Culture Shed, an innovative cultural institution that is slated to open on the High Line in Manhattan in 2018. He currently resides in New York.