Art collector and philanthropist
Address: Lives and/or works in
Los Angeles, CA.
Stocks to watch when Eli Broad is in the news:
KB Home (KBH)
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Broad is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
Personal social network: Much of Broad's Muckety comes from nonprofit connections. His power base is his role as founder of KB Home.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
Art: Eli and Edythe Broad were named to the ARTnews list of 200 top collectors in 2011.
Eli Broad personal relations:
Edythe L. Broad - spouse
Barry A. Munitz - friend
Other current Eli Broad relationships:
Annenberg-Dreier Commission at Sunnylands - advisory board member
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard - co-founder
California Institute of Technology - life trustee
Center for the Study of the Presidency - trustee
Eli & Edythe Broad Foundation - co-founder
Everytown for Gun Safety - advisory board member
Gagosian Gallery - client
Giving Pledge - participant
KB Home - founder
Keck School of Medicine - overseer
Los Angeles County Museum of Art - life trustee
Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles - founding chairman & life trustee
Museum of Modern Art - life trustee
Placer Ranch Partners - owner
SunAmerica Inc. - founder
Think Long Committee for California - member
Eli Broad past relationships:
AIG Retirement Services Inc. - chairman
Americans for Job Security - donor
Darius Anderson - adviser
Ronald W. Burkle - partner in bid for Tribune Co.
Michigan State University - benefactor
Smithsonian Institution - regent
Tribune Media Co. - purchase bidder
Indirect links:Eli Broad has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Environmental Working Group;
Wall Street Journal
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Eli Broad campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
End the Gridlock - $10,000 on 11/1/2012
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 10/11/2012
Committee for an Effective & Trusted Congressman - $15,000 on 9/12/2012
Michigan Democratic State Central Commitee - $5,000 on 8/9/2012
Majority PAC - $100,000 on 5/11/2012
Mayors Against Illegal Guns Action Fund - $250,000 on 8/15/2011
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 5/16/2011
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 4/10/2011
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 3/30/2011
California Victory 2010 - $15,200 on 4/9/2010
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 12/28/2009
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $15,000 on 10/30/2009
Pac for a Change - $5,000 on 7/11/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 6/30/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 3/26/2009
Democratic State Central Committee of CA - $10,000 on 10/18/2008
Hillary Clinton for President - $5,000 on 9/22/2008
Hillary Clinton for President - $5,000 on 7/30/2008
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 2/29/2008
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 10/12/2007
Fund for the Majority - $5,000 on 6/1/2007
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $15,000 on 4/30/2007
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 2/15/2007
Major contributions to state-level political organizations & campaigns:
Taxpayers for Responsible Democracy - $250,000 on 8/21/2013
2011 Rahm Emanuel mayoral campaign - $25,000 on 10/21/2010
2006 Bill Richardson (NM) gubernatorial campaign - $5,000 on 8/16/2006
Contributions to political organizations reporting to IRS:
Majority Action - $10,000 on 10/26/2006
Democratic Governors Association - $5,000 on 12/31/2005
Heartland PAC - $10,000 on 7/22/2005
Contributions to misc. political organizations:
Barack Obama inauguration - $50,000
Muckety news stories featuring Eli Broad
In another sphere, it would be called money laundering.
October 25, 2013
While much of the activism for charter schools occurs at the local and state levels, the money funding the movement is unquestionably national.
May 7, 2013
Billionaires in Europe and the U.S. are building museums to house their extensive art holdings.
August 19, 2010
Is the billionaire philanthropist considering another run at the Los Angeles Times?
March 10, 2009
Billionaire Eli Broad has agreed to bail out the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles with a gift of up to $30 million.
January 2, 2009
Muckety this! maps featuring Eli Broad