He’s always relied on his intellect, but
Charles Bronfman’s heart has made
his most important decisions.
He’s always relied on his intellect, but Charles Bronfman’s heart has made his most important decisions.
From the desert in the Sudan to a hut in Vietnam to the dilapidated hospitals of Sierra Leone, UNICEF’s Caryl Stern always finds one thing in common: hope.
He may have graduated from dorm rooms to billion-dollar deals, but Notre Dame never left Mark Yusko’s heart.
Representing athletes and celebrities was a nice living until an unknown Chicago talk show host named Oprah walked into Jeffrey Jacobs’s life.
Eric Cantor spent the first 10 years of his career working for the family business—he may end up spending some of the rest in the White House.
Philanthropy may be a desk job for some, but for Bobby Sager, who’s inspired a TV show, hung out with Sting, and kicked a soccer ball with child soldiers in Rwanda, it’s his life.
After introducing Reebok to America, Paul Fireman has shifted his focus to fight homelessness.
By doggedly defending everyone from Michael Jackson to P. Diddy, Benjamin Brafman has become the most famous criminal lawyer in America.
When friends told Gabriela Shalev to go home, she ignored them. So why would the UN ambassador listen to her country’s enemies who say the same thing?
After four decades, environmentalist Dr. David Suzuki is still trying to figure out how to end the fight.
If the world’s major religions ever learn to co-exist, they may have C. Holland Taylor to thank.
Future generations may look back to 2009 and the first weeks of 2010 as a turning point for foundation giving. With a fevered debate on national health care gathering in the U.S., foundations like the Chan Soon-Shiong Family Foundation and the Golisano Foundation, which specialize in providing a boost to local hospitals, garnered more attention than ever with their multimillion-dollar gifts.