Sanford I. Weill
Wealth class: Multimillionaire
Areas of interest:
Personal social network: Much of Weill's Muckety comes from nonprofit connections.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
Philanthropy: Cornell University’s medical college was named for them after Weill and his wife pledged to give $100 million in 1998. The couple gave $185 million in 2016 to start the Weill Institute for Neurosciences at the University of California at San Francisco.
Weill put his 200-foot yacht, April Fool, up for sale in 2011. Asking price: $69.5 million
Sanford I. Weill personal relations:
Jessica Weill Bibliowicz - daughter
Joan H. Weill - spouse
Other current Sanford I. Weill relationships:
Augusta National Golf Club - member
Carnegie Hall - president
Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy - director
Cornell University - trustee emeritus
Council on Foreign Relations - member
Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation - trustee
Giving Pledge - participant
Hospital for Special Surgery - trustee
National Academy Foundation - chairman
Weill Cornell Medical College - chairman
Weill Family Foundation - chairman
Sanford I. Weill past relationships:
15 Central Park West, New York - penthouse owner
Citigroup Inc. - chairman & CEO
Peter A. Cohen - assistant
EastWest Institute - director
Gerald R. Ford (deceased) - honorary pallbearer
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center - overseer
New York-Presbyterian Hospital - trustee
Ekaterina Rybolovleva - bought New York apartment from
Eliot Spitzer - investigated
Travelers Group, Inc. - chairman
Indirect links:Sanford I. Weill has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
New York Times
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Muckety news stories featuring Sanford I. Weill
It's no surprise that Tiger Woods has chosen to resume his golf career at the Masters next month.
March 17, 2010
By the time he is done with the latest chapter of his life, the 'House that Sandy Built' may become shorthand for Cornell Medical College, rather than now-teetering Citigroup.
April 7, 2009