Through the Angelica Foundation, Jim and Suzanne Gollin fund environmental, pro-democracy and human rights groups in the U.S. and Mexico. Jim chairs New Mexico’s progressive donor collaborative and is President of the Board of Rainforest Action Network.
Jim worked at a number of think tanks in Japan and the U.S., was an investment banker at Nomura Securities and Morgan Stanley International in Tokyo and then in London, co-founded the investment management company Pacific Partners in New York, is a founding member of the Social venture Network, and is an active real estate investor.
Jim received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and a Masters from John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in International Economics and Japanese Studies. He lives in Santa Fe, with his wife Suzanne and son, Noah.
Areas of Interest: aligning economy with ecology, new mexico, latin america, japan, and drug policy reform.