Ed Rowe, Institutional Advancement Director. Ed has recently joined American Heritage as the Director for Institutional
Advancement. Prior to joining American Heritage, Mr. Rowe was a partner at international law firms in Washington, DC where he focused on international dispute resolution, foreign investment and
government relations. His work included representing foreign governments before international tribunals, the UN Security Council, EU, U.S. and other governments regarding foreign affairs and the
peaceful resolution of disputes including armed conflict, boundary disputes, war claims and major investments. He has spent half his career abroad, opening and managing new offices. He took a leave of absence from his law practice to work for the LDS Church’s Humanitarian Department for one year to help develop and implement international humanitarian projects. He has also served as a board member of different organizations, including related to education, and he and his family have been involved in developing many international humanitarian projects. Mr. Rowe is a graduate of the University of Chicago’s Law School and received a master’s degree from the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy and a
bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in philosophy, where he was a student athlete. He and his family have lived abroad in Russia, Azerbaijan, Ethiopia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, and Croatia, and he has worked in other parts of Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East. He and his wife Brooke have three sons and two daughters. Mr. Rowe has extensive experience working with young men and women and was drawn to American Heritage because of its inspired mission and vision. He is looking forward to help prepare the hearts and minds of the next generation of great leaders.