Jho Low spends significant time counseling organizations on the organizational design, marketing and fundraising through the following board appointments:
Member, International Council of Advisors
The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, the promotion of environmental and historical conservation. The International Council of Advisors provides visionary leadership to help National Geographic determine where to go next, helping them to shape and carry out the Future of Exploration.
Member, Board of Advisors
National Geographic’s Pristine Seas has identified eleven focus areas in the oceans to make pristine over the next five years. Expeditions are led by Dr. Enric Sala, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, and supported by the Board of Advisors, which is chaired by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and includes former President of Costa Rica José María Figueres, Mr. Leonardo DiCaprio, Mr. Ted Waitt, Mr. Jho Low and others.
Member, The Anderson Assembly
The Anderson Assembly was created in 1989 to recognize and honor those exceptional donors whose pivotal involvement and major financial contributions have ensured MD Anderson’s ongoing growth and progress.
Member, Board of Visitors
MD Anderson has built a worldwide reputation for excellence in cancer patient care, research, education and prevention. The members of the Board of Visitors share a passionate belief that MD Anderson Cancer Center is uniquely qualified for Making Cancer History®.
Member, Board of Directors
Panthera has brought together the world’s leading wild cat experts to direct and implement effective conservation strategies for the world’s largest and most endangered cats. Panthera’s approach to wild cat conservation is rooted in science and based upon decades of first hand field experience.
Member, Honorary Board
Gabrielle Rich Aouad, a 27-year-old actress and Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor, developed acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) in 1996. AML eventually took Gabrielle’s life but not her spirit. In honor of Gabrielle, the Foundation proudly funds leading junior investigators whose work represents cutting-edge scientific research in both conventional and integrative disciplines which focus on prevention, treatment and quality of life issues of leukemia, lymphoma and other related cancers.