From the President

In each edition of Trust, Pew’s President and CEO, Rebecca Rimel, discusses Pew's approach to fulfilling its mission.

Rebecca Rimel

Rebecca Rimel joined Pew in 1983 as health program manager, became executive director five years later, and accepted her current position in 1994. During her tenure, Pew has evolved from a grant-making organization to become an entrepreneurial, global non-profit dedicated to serving the public. With the board’s guidance, Ms. Rimel has led the organization’s expansion from fewer than 10 employees to more than 750 located throughout the United States and around the globe.

Notes from the President

2014

Spring: Bringing People the Real Facts
Summer: Bridging Differences With Data
Fall: Ready for the Future

2013

Winter: Building Bridges for the Common Good
Summer: Values That Persevere
Fall: The Art and Beauty of Compromise

2012

Winter: Mutual Dependence
Spring: Informed and Engaged

2011

Spring: Bipartisanship

2010

Winter: Stewardship
Spring: Comparisons

2009

Summer: Preparation

2008

Spring: Open RoadsFall: Hard Facts

2007

Spring: Dominoes
Fall: Literacy

2006

Spring: Useful Knowledge
Summer: The Public Pulse
Fall: Navigation

2005

Winter: Passages
Summer: In Our Children's Interest

2004

Summer: Transformation