The Guggenheim Foundation is fortunate to have had over the years exceptionally capable and dedicated individuals on its Board of Trustees. Its membership has ranged in number from the original seven Trustees named in the Foundation’s Charter to as many as fifteen. Its current roster of fourteen Trustees is the steward of the Foundation’s endowment as well as the final arbiter in Fellowship selection.
*Before May 1961, the title of President meant Chairman of the Board, and the chief executive officer (Henry Allen Moe) was called Secretary (1925-37) and Secretary-General (1937-61). Before June 1973, the title of Vice President meant Vice Chairman of the Board.