Kevin Sheekey oversees global government relations and communications for Bloomberg LP, the media and financial information company founded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He is also the Chairman of Bloomberg Government, a new division of the company that offers comprehensive information about government and business. Prior to joining Bloomberg LP, Mr. Sheekey was Deputy Mayor of New York for Government Affairs where he managed local, state and federal government relations for the City of New York. Prior to his appointment, he was Mayor Bloomberg’s campaign manager in the 2005 mayoral election. Mr. Sheekey served as President of the New York City Host Committee for the 2004 Republican National Convention. After running Michael Bloomberg’s successful 2001 campaign for mayor, Mr. Sheekey served as a senior advisor to the Mayor. Mr. Sheekey was the chief lobbyist for Bloomberg LP in Washington, DC from 1997 to 2000, and prior to joining the company, Sheekey was Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
President/Chief Executive of the Dangote Group and Chairman of the Dangote Foundation
Co-founder, ONE & (RED)
Lead singer, U2 Co-founder, ONE and (RED)
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Chairman, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
President and CEO
President and CEO of The Chicago Community Trust
Managing Director, Global Policy & Advocacy, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation *
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
President & CEO, Business Roundtable
Former United States Senator
Former Secretary of the Treasury of the United States
Retired Director of Corporate Social Innovation, Caterpillar and President of the Caterpillar Foundation, Global Impact Advisor*
Managing Director, Black Rhino Group
Senior Advisor, Open Society Foundations
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc.
Chief Operating Officer, Facebook
Chairwoman, The Sherwood Foundation and the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation
Board Chair, ONE, and Principal, Firefly3
* Serves on The ONE Campaign Board only and not on the ONE Action Board.