David M. Rubenstein
Age in 2017: 64
Address: Lives and/or works in
Stocks to watch when David M. Rubenstein is in the news:
Carlyle Group (CG)
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
College: Rubenstein received a B.A. from Duke University and a J.D. from The University of Chicago Law School.
Personal social network: Much of Rubenstein's Muckety comes from investment and nonprofit connections.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
David M. Rubenstein personal relations:
Thomas E. Donilon - friend
Alice Rogoff Rubenstein - spouse
Other current David M. Rubenstein relationships:
Bilderberg Meetings - participant
Brookings Institution - co-chairman
Business Council - executive committee member
Carlyle Group - co-founder & co-CEO
Council on Foreign Relations - director
Duke University - chairman
Economic Club of Washington - president
Giving Pledge - participant
Hamilton Project - advisory council member
Institute for Advanced Study - trustee
John F. Kennedy School of Government - dean's council member
Johns Hopkins Medicine - trustee
Johns Hopkins University - trustee
Kennedy Center - chairman
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - director
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center - overseer
National Gallery of Art - trustee
National Museum of American History - board member
National Museum of Natural History - board member
Rhodes Partners - co-founder
Smithsonian Institution - regent
Trilateral Commission - member
University of Chicago - trustee
David M. Rubenstein past relationships:
American Academy in Berlin - trustee
American Council on Germany - director
Asia Society - trustee
Aspen Institute - benefactor
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - trustee
Freedom House - director
Hoover Institution - overseer
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison - partner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP - partner
U.S.-China Business Council - director
White House state dinner (9/25/2015) - invited guest
World Economic Forum 2008 - attendee
World Economic Forum 2009 - attendee
World Economic Forum 2010 - attendee
World Economic Forum 2014 - speaker
World Economic Forum 2017 - speaker
Philanthropy: Rubenstein donated $10 million to the White House Historical Association in 2011. Earlier in the year, he gave $13.5 million to the National Archives. Rubenstein also donated $4.5 to support the panda reproduction program at the National Zoo and $10 million to the National Library for the Study of George Washington.
Indirect links:David M. Rubenstein has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Other activities & connections:
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Additional Muckety map information sources:
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Muckety news stories featuring David M. Rubenstein
Among the curios recently acquired by private equity billionaire David Rubenstein: the world's most expensive book.
December 2, 2013
Billionaire David Rubenstein, history lover and co-CEO of Carlyle Group, has pledged $10 million to recreate slave quarter at Monticello.
April 20, 2013
Carlyle's David M. Rubenstein racked up $4.75 million in travel expenses in fiscal 2011.
November 8, 2011
There are those in America's leadership elite who forge so many connections to so many other influential people that they become power centers themselves.
September 27, 2011