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Abby M. O'Neill

Chairman

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Inc

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Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Inc

6 W 48Th Street 10Th Floor

New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) is a nonprofit organization that currently advises on and manages more than $200 million in annual giving by individuals, families, corporations, and major foundations. Continuing the Rockefeller family's legacy of thoug... more

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Our Board of Trustees

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Abby M. O'Neill
Former Chairman Rockefeller Financial Services Inc.


News Releases : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site

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Colonial Williamsburg Mourns the Passing of Abby M. O'Neill
Colonial Williamsburg mourns the passing of Senior Trustee Abby M. O'Neill, one of the Foundation's most generous supporters and granddaughter of its founding benefactor, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Mrs. O'Neill served the institution as a trustee alongside her husband, Senior Trustee George D. O'Neill, for 28 years beginning in 1966, including nine years she spent as the board's vice chairman. In 1992 she became the first recipient of the Foundation's highest award for service, leadership and stewardship: the Churchill Bell. "Like her grandfather, Abby O'Neill's legacy stands in bricks and mortar, but also in the countless guests, educators and learners who draw knowledge and inspiration from the critical work of Colonial Williamsburg that she so generously supported," said Henry C. Wolf, chairman of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation board. As a board member, Mrs. O'Neill played an active role in reviewing architectural, interior design and landscaping plans across the Foundation. She was the first woman to become chairman of the board of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, a position she held from 1992 to 1998. She was chairman of the board of her alma mater, Bradford College, a trustee of Teachers College, Columbia University and served for 42 years as a trustee of International House in New York City. She was also a long-serving board member of social service agencies in Oyster Bay and Nassau County, New York, where she and her husband lived. The Community Foundation of Oyster Bay in particular benefitted both from her generosity and service as a board member for years. "Abby O'Neill was an effective, respected and much-loved leader in her extended family and in the organizations she served," said Colin G. Campbell, chairman emeritus of Colonial Williamsburg and retired president and CEO. Mrs. O'Neill was the daughter of Abby Rockefeller Milton Mauze and David M. Milton. "Colonial Williamsburg is a treasure unique in the world, and one that would not exist without the vision and generosity of Abby O'Neill, her grandfather and the other members of her family who lead and sustain the Foundation to this day," said Colonial Williamsburg President and CEO Mitchell B. Reiss.


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In 1958, her daughter, Abby M. O'Neill, became the first trustee drawn from the fourth, or "cousins" generation, and these two trustees represented the initial expansion of family membership on the Fund's board.
Neva Goodwin, Hope Spencer, Steven Rockefeller, David Rockefeller, Jr., and Winthrop Paul Rockefeller joined their cousin Abby O'Neill on the board during the 1970s. Abby M. O'Neill, the first of the cousins generation to join the Fund in 1958, and the first woman to serve as board chairperson, 1992-1997. She is pictured here in 1983. Photo courtesy of the Rockefeller Archive Center. 6. Build Bridges Within the Family Abby played a key role in the smoothing of intergenerational struggles. A trustee since 1958, she was closer in age to her uncle David Rockefeller than to the rest of the cousins, and in many ways shared the brothers' values and experiences. At the same time, the younger cousins trusted her and felt that she listened to their concerns. She became a real bridge during a tumultuous era. In the late 1980s, the Fund undertook a short-lived early education program, a special interest of Abby O'Neill's.


University for a Night 2013

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Rockefeller Financial Services Inc.


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