Janet Frohnmayer is an experienced board leader and community volunteer. She currently serves as the Board President of both Educurious, focused on project-based learning, and the Diabesity Institute, dedicated to the science of metabolism. In addition, she has co-led Convening and formerly Intersect for Washington Women’s Foundation, where she also serves on the Cabinet. Janet formerly served a stint in government, leading the Mercer Island School Board as President for six of her eight years on the Board. Prior to joining the school board, she brought national speakers to Mercer Island in her parent education role. Her professional career included Bain & Company as a management consultant, Seattle Northwest Securities and Procter & Gamble. Janet received an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a BA from Stanford University. She was raised in the Northwest and is happy to call Seattle her forever home.
Janet joined Washington Women’s Foundation in 2002 and has really appreciated being part of the Foundation’s growth and evolution. She loves our role as a leader and edge expander in the philanthropic arena and is also grateful to the Foundation and fellow members for all she has personally learned while on this collective journey.