G. Barrie Landry
Barrie is an innovative and forward-thinking philanthropist focused on aligning herself with leaders and organizations that are addressing the problems of world poverty, gender inequities, and the rights of children and refugees through transformative, sustainable and just solutions. She is a trustee of the Landry Family Foundation, which funds a variety of domestic and international programs focusing on the education, health, and protection of vulnerable populations.
Barrie currently serves on UNICEF USA’s New England Region Board. At UNICEF she helped to create a partnership between UNICEF and Harvard that led to the establishment of the first Graduate-Level Child Protection program at Harvard.
Barrie is a former board member and Development Chair of Mother Caroline Academy & Education Center in Dorchester, MA, and was one of the original eight women who helped to build the Maranyundo School in Nyamata, Rwanda.
Barrie also serves on the board of Health Equity International which brings health care, education and community development to the people of Haiti; and on the board of Refuge Point, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of refugees through resettlement, stabilization, and self-reliance. Barrie is a member of Women Moving Millions.
Barrie lives in Boston and has 3 children and 9 grandchildren.