Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Johnson Capital Partners

Jim Johnson has chaired the Advisory Council of The Stanford Center on Longevity since 2011. He is Chairman of Johnson Capital Partners and serves on the board of Goldman Sachs Group. He is the Chairman Emeritus of The Kennedy Center and The Brookings Institution. He has 105 years of combined New York Stock Exchange board experience including UnitedHealth and Target. He was Vice Chairman, Chairman and CEO, and Executive Committee Chairman of Fannie Mae; Managing Director at Lehman Brothers; Executive Assistant to Vice President Mondale; and a faculty member at Princeton University. He has a BA from the University of Minnesota and an MPA from the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton. Jim lives in Washington and has a 30 year old son, a Stanford alum.