Goldman Sachs winner Don Opatrny and his wife Judy are another Wall Street couple with a penchant for arts philanthropy, both in the east and out west. We take a look.
A gold medal rower who once served as vice chairman of Goldman Sachs, J. Michael Evans has a pretty interesting background. Much of his philanthropy focuses on New York. We take a look.
In this new golden age of parks philanthropy, we keep coming across more donors who are putting this issue front and center in their giving. Here's another interesting case.
Former Goldman Sachs Partner Scott B. Kapnick and his wife Kathleen live in New York, as well as Naples, Florida, where they do much of their giving.
Retired financier Jeffrey Walker now spends most of his time engaged in philanthropy and social change work. He tells us how he came to focus on the importance of systems and collaboration.
Evidence keeps rolling in that urban parks are a favored cause among today's top givers. The latest major donor in this space is hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin.
If you want a textbook example of how wealth and philanthropy can be leveraged into a career in public life, check out the doings of former Goldman Sachs star Phil Murphy.
Despite talk of more risk-taking and big bets, lots of individual donors still play it safe. We look at a couple that isn't by investing in a public-private effort to change kids' lives in NYC.
Rubenstein attended Chicago Law School on a full-tuition scholarship. And so it's only natural that he'd double down on the David M. Rubenstein Scholars Program, bringing his total commitment to $33 million.
Paul Volcker has lately been on a mission to bolster the public sector, tapping his unique stature. Who's gotten behind him?
John Griffin, a Robin Hood board member, and his wife Amy fight poverty in New York City. But that's not all the couple is into. We dig in.