Andrea Soros Colombel
Andrea Soros Colombel "serves on the Global and United States Boards of the Open Society Foundations, a network of initiatives that support vibrant and inclusive democracies accountable to their citizens. Colombel is also a board member and former board chair of Acumen, a nonprofit that invests in leaders and businesses that tackle poverty through entrepreneurship and moral imagination. She supports a range of activities aimed at addressing climate change and reshaping capitalism and democracy to function better for all." 
Andrea Soros Colombel "is the founder and president of Trace Foundation, established in 1993 to promote the cultural continuity and sustainable development of Tibetan communities within China. The foundation implements projects in the fields of education, culture, and rural development. In New York, the foundation has also opened the Latse contemporary Tibetan cultural library. In 2000, Andrea co-founded Tsadra foundation with her husband, Eric Colombel, to support the activities of advanced students of Tibetan Buddhism in the West and preserve rare Tibetan Buddhist resources. Andrea was born in New York in 1965. She received her B.A. from University of Chicago in literature and holds a graduate certificate from the Bard Center for Environmental Policy. She participated in The Philanthropy Workshop at Rockefeller Foundation in 1995." 
- Director, Acumen Fund
She is the daughter of George Soros.
- "Board of Directors", (Biographical note), Undated, Accessed June 2007.