J. B. Pritzker
Jay Robert 'J.B.' Pritzker is the business tycoon who currently serves as a co-founder and partner of the Pritzker Group. He is an American venture capitalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. J.B. has his named listed in the catalog of billionaires of the world. He is also involved in politics and is in Democratic Party. He played the role national co-chairman for the Presidential Election Campaign in 2008. There was a recent announcement made that he will be running for 2018 Illinois Governor's race.
J.B. Pritzker's personal life and education
J.B. Pritzker was born on 19 January 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, the United States of America. He is the son of the famous American businessman Donald Pritzker who died at an early age of 39 (born on 31 October 1932 and died on 6 May 1972). He was the President of the Hyatt Corporation. After this death, J.B. Pritzker and his two other siblings became the heir of the property.
J.B. belongs to a Jewish family and has a sister and brother. Both of them are enlisted in world's billionaire's list. Sister Penny Pritzker is the 38th United States Secretary of Commerce and brother is the co-founder and managing director of the Pritzker Group.
J.B. Pritzker completed his schooling from Milton Academy and later he became the graduate of B.A in political science from Duke University. He also possesses a Juris degree from Northwestern University School of Law.
This billionaire married in the year 1993 with Mary Kathryn who is from South Dakota. J.B. Pritzker met his wife in Washington, D.C. She previously worked assisted Senator Thomas Daschle of South Dakota. Now they together have two children and reside in Chicago.
J.B. Pritzker's net worth counts in billion. He has also written a book
In J.B. Pritzker's bio given by wiki, his net worth is 3.4 Billion US Dollar. He is the inheritor of the Hyatt Hotel and runs a private equity and venture capital firm which having offices in Los Angeles and Chicago, Forbes. He has also made an investment in many of the other hotels too.
J.B. Pritzker's 'Achieving Kindergarten Readiness for All Our Children' is also a very popular book that was published on 10 October 2015. He was the co-writer along with Jeffery L. Bradach and Katherine Kaufmann.
Furthermore, he is also a chief philanthropist in early childhood development, he donates huge amount in innovative research and programs which are utilizing in helping poor children. He is a huge supporter of the Pritzker Consortium on Early Childhood Development at the University of Chicago.
J.B. founded Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in 2009 then became the principal founder of Cambodia Tribunal Monitor. Currently, he is a member of Economic Club of Chicago and the Commercial Club of Chicago and also acts as a trustee of the Field Museum of Natural History.