Margaret Crotty is the chief executive officer of Partnership for Children in New York. She is an experienced leader in the not for profit and private sectors. She has worked in China, Indonesia and across Southeast Asia in education, public health, and international development. Ms. Crotty is the former Executive Director of the Newborn and Child Survival Campaign with Save the Children, and former president and chief executive officer of AFS USA Intercultural Programs. She is on the Board of Trustees of the Open Medical Institute and the Austrian American Foundation. Ms. Crotty is also on the Board of Overseers of Northwell Health System, a not for profit healthcare network and the largest integrated health system in New York state.
She holds a Bachelor's degree from Princeton University, a Master's degree in Business Administration from Harvard University, and a Master's degree in Public Health from Columbia University.