"Kathleen Brown is currently Partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP where she focuses on business counseling, government and regulatory affairs, particularly as they relate to the healthcare, energy and financial services industries. Ms. Brown brings to her practice a background that includes 18 years as a senior executive in the banking and financial services industry and 16 years of public-sector experience, including a term as California’s state treasurer.
Ms. Brown joined Manatt after more than 12 years at Goldman Sachs, Inc., a global investment banking and securities firm, where she served as chairman of Midwest Investment Banking and, prior to that, as managing director and head of the firm’s Western Region Public-Sector and Infrastructure Group. Ms. Brown also held various senior positions with Bank of America, including president of the private bank...
"Ms. Brown’s experience in the government arena includes serving a term as California state treasurer, where she managed a $25 billion bond portfolio, oversaw a $32 billion cash management fund and served as a trustee on the boards of CALPERS and CALSTRS, two of the largest pension funds in the nation. During that time she was co-chair of the Council of Institutional Investors. She was the Democratic Party nominee for Governor of California in 1994, the co-chair of the Presidential Commission on Capital Budgeting, a commissioner of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works, and a two-term member of the Los Angeles Board of Education." 
- Director, Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles
- Aspen Institute / Nonprofit Sector Strategy Group
- Freeman-Spogli Institute
Resources and articles
- Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles Board, organizational web page, accessed April 11, 2020.