GRoW @ Annenberg, the philanthropic initiative led by Gregory Annenberg Weingarten, is dedicated to supporting humanitarian efforts across the globe, as well as innovative projects in health, education, arts, the environment, civic and cultural life, and more. Gregory is a Vice President and Director of the Annenberg Foundation, a family foundation established by Ambassador Walter H. Annenberg in 1989 and currently led by Wallis Annenberg, Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO.
Mission & Values
Gregory Annenberg Weingarten is a Vice President and Director of the Annenberg Foundation, and Founder of GRoW @ Annenberg, a philanthropic initiative of the Foundation that supports a broad range of innovative projects and organizations that address social and cultural issues, meet urgent community needs, and offer inspiration and collaboration—all with the goal of improving the quality of life in communities around the world.
Gregory received a bachelor's degree in political science from Stanford University and worked as a journalist at The Times of London. He went on to become an accomplished artist whose work has been exhibited in galleries and private collections throughout the United States and Europe.
Gregory's philanthropic work is both programmatically and geographically diverse. It ranges from repatriating sacred Native American objects from Paris to the United States to supporting teachers in remote areas of Peru, building healthcare centers in Bangladesh, supporting school safety programs in Watts, California, to funding museums, opera companies, and numerous student scholarships across the U.S. and Europe.
He is a member of various boards and committees, including London's National Gallery and V&A Museum; Paris's Les Talens Lyrique and Opera & Ballet; and across the United States, the National Park Foundation, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the J. Paul Getty Trust, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands, USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and, most recently, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.