Elizabeth Rohatyn is an advocate for public education and the role of libraries in American life. She is the founder of founded FRAME (French Regional & American Museum Exchange) - the first bilateral coalition of regional art museums dedicated to promoting French/American co-operation. She was Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New York Public Library.
Rohatyn founded and is chairman of Teaching Matters Inc., a non-profit education organization whose mission is to help teachers learn to use technology effectively in the classroom. She also founded Technology Empowerment Collaborative, a consortium of New York City academic institutions to advance the role of technology in education.
Rohatyn’s contributions to educational reform have been recognized by Bank Street College of Education and Long Island University in the awarding of honorary degrees.
Source - Middlebury College http://www.middlebury.edu/administration/rcfia/Elizabeth_Rohatyn.htm