Joseph Fogg is a member of Chertoff Group’s board of advisers. He is currently chairman and chief executive of Westbury Partners, a private equity investment firm that specializes in providing value-added capital to privately owned, emerging growth companies within high-growth, complex markets.
Before founding Westbury, Fogg was senior managing director at Morgan Stanley & Co., Incorporated. There, he served in various capacities, including as a founding member and head of the Mergers and Acquisitions Department and the Corporate Finance Department, and ultimately as head of Morgan Stanley’s worldwide investment banking operations. As head of Morgan Stanley’s 1,000-person investment banking division, he oversaw the operations of 16 offices on four continents and was a member of Morgan Stanley’s Management Committee.
Fogg serves as a director of 407 ETR Concession Company Ltd. — The Metropolitan Toronto Toll Road; and Pardee Resources Co. (managers and developers of national resource properties). He is also director of The Yale University Art Gallery, vice chairman of the Keewaydin Foundation and is a member of the Yale development board.
Fogg earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale College and his MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he was a George F. Baker scholar.