Kravis also serves on the boards of trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mount Sinai Hospital, Public Television Channel 13/New York (where he is Chairman of the Board), and many other civic and charitable organizations. He is active in the prevention of drug and substance abuse and is responsible for the creation of Project High Road in New York, a highly acclaimed program in the public schools.
Closer to home, Mr. Kravis supported the founding of the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College. The Institute seeks to improve the quality of leadership in contemporary society through original research, educational programs, and outreach activities. The 1995 Kravis/deRoulet Leadership Conference coincides with the inaugural meeting of the Kravis Institute Board of Governors.
Reservations for this event are available only for students, faculty, and staff from CMC.