Janice Bogash

Janice Bogash

  • Senior Vice President
  • The Pew Charitable Trusts


Chief Administrative Officer and Senior Vice President Janice Bogash leads the human resources, institutional solutions, internal communications, organizational continuity management, executive office, and real estate services teams for The Pew Charitable Trusts. She oversees all aspects of the organization’s people-related internal operations and administrative functions in support of its strategic goals and with an eye toward delivering breakthrough results.

With a background working for major international, for-profit organizations as a key member of their leadership teams, Bogash has made a career of providing innovative programs and solutions in the areas of human resources, compensation and benefits, acquisition integration, employee relations, leadership and organization development, recruitment, succession planning, and process improvement.  Before joining Pew, she was vice president of human resources at SLM Corp. (Sallie Mae/Navient), a publicly traded, diversified financial services organization.

Leading a staff of 100 at SLM, with an employee base of over 8,500, Bogash redesigned and implemented a human resources infrastructure that increased scalability and effectiveness throughout the company. It encompassed outsourcing of the recruitment process, implementing an HR center of excellence, and engineering and implementing a talent management structure, including standing up the SLM University.  She also served SLM as vice president for corporate human resources, responsible for design, development, and implementation of compensation, benefits, and corporate employment.

Previously, Bogash was vice president of compensation and benefits for HMSHost Corp., served as vice president of human resources for Marriott International, and held several positions with Sodexho USA.

Bogash is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s MBA program with a concentration in human resources and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston University.