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Jacquelline Fuller, President of Google.org and VP at Google, at the Google office at 121 Spear Street in San Francisco, California on Wednesday, Jul 14, 2021.

(CraigLee/Special to the S.F. Examiner)

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Jacquelline Fuller

We all have our ideas of what a dream job would look like, but I think we can agree that running Google.org, the charitable arm of Google, would be pretty cool. Just ask Jacquelline Fuller, who, since 2014, has had that job, leading one of the biggest corporate giving programs on the planet. Last year alone, Google.org gave away $300 million (part of $1 billion dispersed in the last five years), funding nonprofits that support racial equity, economic empowerment, access to quality education and global COVID-19 responses, to name just a few.

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The daughter of a diplomat, Fuller expected one day to follow in her father’s footsteps, but the pull of social justice was just too strong, leading her to a decades-long career in philanthropy.

Indian Wedding

With the Gates Foundation, Fuller and her family lived in India, where she launched the largest privately funded public health initiative in the world.


A family hike at Lake Tahoe for Fuller, her husband, John, and their two daughters Hosanna (left) and Sophie.

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