|Henry P. Johnson '94|
Johnson '94 President & CEO
Fiduciary Trust Company International
Henry P. Johnson, president and chief executive officer, joined Fiduciary Trust in 1994 and held various business development positions before becoming head of business development in 1999. Following Fiduciary Trust's acquisition by Franklin Templeton Investments, he assumed additional responsibility as executive vice president and U.S. head of Franklin Templeton Institutional. In 2003, he was named chief administrative officer of Fiduciary Trust and in 2005, he became the firm's ninth president. In 2007, Mr. Johnson was named co-chief executive officer and, in 2009, sole CEO of the firm. Mr. Johnson is a member of the board of directors as well as the management and executive committees. Additionally, he sits on the boards of Fiduciary Trust's affiliates in California, Delaware, Florida, and Washington, D.C. and oversees Fiduciary Trust Company of Canada's offices in Calgary and Toronto as well Fiduciary's affiliates in London, Hong Kong and Grand Cayman.
Mr. Johnson is a member of the board of trustees of Vassar College, where he chairs the investment committee and is the board's liaison to The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. He is also a member of the board of trustees and chairs the investment committee of the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation. He is a Bryant Fellow of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a member of the Financial Services Leadership Forum of the New York Public Library and a member of the advisory board of The New York Botanical Garden, where he also is a member of the Horticulture Committee.
Mr. Johnson earned a BA from Vassar College, an MBA from the Yale School of Management and has held roles at The Blackstone Group, J.P. Morgan, and Sotheby's. He and his wife reside in Short Hills, NJ with their three sons.