Kathryn Jo Lincoln has interests and experience in corporate governance for both the nonprofit arena and the for-profit sector. She has played a crucial role in the strategic direction of the Lincoln Institute, had an ongoing role in the development of education programs, and has worked extensively on the notion of impact measurement. In her role as chief investment officer, she has initiated and led conversations on asset allocation, strategic program development, and payout policies. Currently, she is a member of the Lincoln Electric Holdings board of directors, serving on the compensation/executive development committee and chairing the nominating/corporate governance committee. She is co-chair of the board and is a member of the executive committee of the International Center for Land Policy Studies and Training in the Republic of China. She serves on the board of the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics at Arizona State University, as well as the boards of HonorHealth in Phoenix and Claremont Lincoln University in Los Angeles.