In This Issue

Departments

First Person: Gene Gurkoff

Moving the market, one mile at a time.

Five Questions: Ken Berger

A revolution in philanthropy.

Theme

The Lifestyles 360

Profiles

Cover Profile

Charles Best

By Nancy A. Ruhling

Charles Best has singlehandedly changed education. And he’s done it all from in front of his keyboard.

Q&A: Edie Lutnick

By Sarah Manning

Almost a decade and a half after 9/11, Edie Lutnick refuses to forget.

Jamie Broach

By Julie Jacobs

Jamie Broad starts again, with purpose.

David Williams

By Marc Weisblott

David Williams is making dreams come true for thousands of kids each year.

Vicki Thomas

By Marc Weisblott

A voice in the background. An unexplainable pull to help. Unraveling the mysteries that led Vicki Thomas to track down two military vets.

Events

  • Art Basel
  • Miracle Concert
  • Ripple of Hope Gala
  • AFHU Scopus Gala
  • A Magical Evening
  • Sean Penn and Friends

In This Issue

Departments

Big Gifts: Leonard Lauder

Big Gifts: David Koch

Big Gifts: Eric Trump

Big Gifts: Elon Musk

First Person: Ibrahim AlHusseini

Theme

The Lifestyles 360

Profiles

Cover Profile

Paul Allen

By Sarah Manning

With a Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy under his belt, the Microsoft co-founder, Super Bowl-winner, and Jimi Hendrix-fiend finds himself with nothing to do but fix the world’s problems.

David Rubenstein

By Sarah Manning

David Rubenstein has turned himself into one of the most important philanthropists in the United States. Now he’s working on everyone else.

Charles Feeney

By Sam Robinson

Duty Free founder Charles Feeney, the inspiration for The Giving Pledge, is about to empty his accounts. The latest: $177 million to cure dementia.

Herbert Wertheim

By Nancy A. Ruhling

Dr. Herbert Wertheim’s given over $100 million to Florida education. And there’s reason.

Thomas W. Lewis

By Leah Morrison

Thomas Lewis knows what’s important.

Events

  • Appeal Dinner Honors Gorsky, Fink, and Cameron
  • Panthera Owns the Night
  • USHMM 20th Anniversary Luncheon
  • Harlem School of the Arts Gala
  • Federation Raises $50 Million at Launch
  • Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy