FUNDING AREAS: Arts, health, education
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PROFILE: Stewart Resnick is co-president, alongside wife Lynda Resnick, of the Resnick Family Foundation. An official bio predating the renaming of Roll Global to Wonderful Company reads:
Mr. Stewart A. Resnick is Owner of Paramount Citrus, Inc. and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Resnick has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Roll Global LLC since 1962. Mr. Resnick has been Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Franklin Mint Company, a subsidiary of Roll International Corporation since 1985. He serves as Chief Executive Officer of The Franklin Mint Company. Mr. Resnick serves as President of Paramount Farms International, LLC.
He served as Chief Executive Officer of Roll International Corporation at LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. He serves as member of the Executive Board of the University of California, Los Angeles, Medical Sciences. He has been Co-Chairman and Director of Roll Global LLC since 1962. He served as Chairman of Roll International Corporation at LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. He served as Chairman of the Board of Directors at The Franklin Mint, LLC.
He serves as Director of Paramount Farms. He serves as a Trustee of J. Paul Getty Trust Inc. Mr. Resnick serves as a Trustee of Bard College and as a Trustee of Conservation International. He is a Member of Advisory Board of the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles. He served as a Director of LeapFrog Enterprises Inc., from July 2002 to March 31, 2005. He is affiliated with the SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Resnick holds a B.S. and a J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.
His wife Lynda's IP Profile delves into some history as to how the power couple amassed their fortune—and continues to augment it. And while, in terms of dollar amounts, their philanthropy in many areas is generous, some see the social costs.