Janice Nittoli is president of The Century Foundation, a position she assumed in August 2011. She came to Century from the Rockefeller Foundation, where she served as associate vice president and managing director since 2006 and provided leadership and strategic direction for the Rockefeller Foundation’s Campaign for American Workers. Prior to joining the Rockefeller Foundation, she was a senior executive at the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the nation’s largest private foundation dedicated to improving the lives of poor children, their families, and communities. Prior to her foundation work, she served as president of the National Center for Health Education, a national nonprofit that designs and disseminates school- and community-based health education programs. She also has served in several capacities in New York City government. She was assistant commissioner in the Department of Health, where she managed the health system for the city’s correctional facilities. In addition, she was a senior official in the city’s Human Resources Administration and at the Board of Education. Before these appointments, she worked on social policy issues for New York City Council President Carol Bellamy. She received a bachelor’s degree from Marymount Manhattan College and a master’s degree in public and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. She has published book chapters and articles on a variety of issues in human services and public policy and has taught graduate-level classes in research methods and public policy. She is active on several nonprofit boards dedicated to youth and community services.