Joanne Florino has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 40 years, and currently serves as the Senior Vice President for Public Policy at The Philanthropy Roundtable. She came to the Roundtable in April 2013, following ten years as executive director of the Triad Foundation, a family foundation in Ithaca, New York. Florino was also executive director of the Park Foundation of Ithaca and a program associate for higher education at Atlantic Philanthropies. Prior to her career in philanthropy, she worked as an archivist for the Cornell University Library and the History Center of Tompkins County, and taught American history at both Cornell University and Ithaca College. Florino served as a strategy committee member for the Alliance for Charitable Reform from 2006 until 2013; as chair of the Public Policy Committee of Grantmakers Forum of New York; and as a member of the Ethics and Practices Committee and the Family Philanthropy Committee of the Council on Foundations. She has served on a number of nonprofit boards, including the History Center of Tompkins County, the Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County, and Tompkins-Cortland Community College. She currently serves as a board member of the New York Council of Nonprofits, the Paleontological Research Institution, and the Philanthropic Collaborative and as a member of both the Cornell University Council and the President’s Council of Cornell Women. Florino graduated from Georgetown University’s College of Arts and Sciences and completed a master’s degree in American History at Cornell University.