Raymond B. Fosdick
Raymond Blaine Fosdick (1883-1972) was president of the Rockefeller Foundation from 1936 until 1948. Fosdick was a lawyer who did his undergraduate work at Princeton University and attended New York Law School, graduating in 1908. He spent much of his professional career (1920-1936) working for a law firm, until he left to assume his role as president of the Rockefeller Foundation. During his time as president, the Rockefeller Foundation began its Mexican Agricultural Program, which later became known as the Green Revolution.