I. Peter Wolff joined the board of directors of the National Committee on United States-China Relations in 1999, and co-founded the U.S.-China Young Leaders Forum two years later. In 2010, he began serving as secretary of the board, a position he continues to hold. Mr. Wolff serves on the boards of other organizations as well, including as a trustee of the George Balanchine Foundation. He is a member of the Studio in a School Association’s Advisory Council and the Council on Foreign Relations.

He is former senior vice president, international, for Time Warner. He joined Warner Communications in 1982 as executive director of the Warner Communications Foundation. In 1988 he became executive advisor to the chairman and CEO, and in 2002, senior vice president, international, and executive advisor, office of the chairman and chief executive officer. 

He is currently a consultant to business and non-profit organizations. Mr. Wolff has an A.B. from Lafayette College and a J.D. from Cornell Law School.

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