Tami Longaberger

Board Member

Tami is the former chief executive of a privately-held, family company, the Longaberger Company which specialized in handmade baskets and other home goods. The family sold the company in 2013.

From 2017-2023 she has worked with Venture Capital firms specializing in technology that advances National Security, Digital Health and under represented Founders.

Today, she continues to serve as President and Member of the Board of the Longaberger Family Foundation.

She currently serves at the Vice-President of the Financial Research Advisory Committee of the US Treasury.

In 2003, she served as a US delegate to the Human Rights Commission. She was appointed by President George W Bush as the Chair of the National Women’s Business Council and served on the Board of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Ms. Longaberger earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Ohio State University and is the former Chair of the Ohio State University Board of Trustees.

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