Rob Wolk '91

Position
Founder/Co-Chair, Princeton Alumni Angels
Bio/Description

Rob manages a family office, where he focuses on global public and private investments. Previously he was a Managing Director at the Carlyle Group in Hong Kong, in charge of Carlyle’s telecom, media and technology investments across Asia, and an Executive Director in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in London and Hong Kong.

Rob serves as Board Chair at the Catalytic Impact Foundation, an impact investing group focused on investing in innovative startups that address unmet healthcare needs. He is the Founder and Co-Chair of Princeton Alumni Angels, one of the largest and most active alumni investing groups.

Rob currently serves as President of the Princeton Association of New York City, Co-Chair of the Bronx (NYC) Alumni Schools Committee, Vice Chair of the NYC Princeton Prize on Race Relations and is a member of the Committee on Awards for Service to Princeton and the Princeton Internships in Civic Service Alumni Board. Rob previously served on the Alumni Council Executive Committee, where he chaired the Committee on Regional Associations.

Rob is the USA Board Chair of Amref Health Africa, the largest healthcare NGO in Africa. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Volunteers of America – Greater NY and previously served as member of the Board of Trustees at the Trinity School in New York. Rob received an A.B. in Politics from Princeton and an M.Phil. in International Relations from Cambridge University. He and his wife, Kyung‐Ah, have two daughters, Kaylie and Keira.