Georgette Mosbacher, an American business executive, entrepreneur and author, has
been President of Georgette Mosbacher Enterprises, Inc., a business and marketing
consulting company in New York City, since 1992. She also served as CEO of
Borghese Inc., a cosmetics manufacturer based in New York City, from 2001 to 2015.
In 2016 she was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as a Member of the United States
Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Ms. Mosbacher has taken an active role in
international affairs in both the private and public spheres for decades, leading two
international companies and opening up foreign markets for each, particularly in Europe
and Asia. Her leadership, international business and economic acumen, success in
negotiating within an intercultural context and management expertise make her well
qualified to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Poland.
An active philanthropist, Ms. Mosbacher founded the New York Center for Children,
which assists abused children and their families in New York City, and has served on
the boards of numerous charities supporting veterans and their families. A fellow at the
Foreign Policy Association, she is also a board member of Business Executives for
National Security and the Atlantic Council. Engaged in politics, she previously served
as a co-chair of the Republican National Committee’s Finance Committee, and was the
first woman to serve as the General Chairman of the Republican Governors
Association. Ms. Mosbacher authored two motivational books for women as well as
numerous op-eds published in the national news media.
Ms. Mosbacher earned a B.S. from Indiana University and is the recipient of many
awards recognizing her humanitarian and entrepreneurial contributions, including two