Thomas F. Steyer
Address: Lives and/or works in
San Francisco, CA.
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Steyer is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
Campaign history: He donated more than $21 million in 2012 to support California Proposition 39, to increase taxes on out-of-state businesses. In 2010, he gave $5 million toward the effort to block California Prop 23, which would have suspended the state's global warming law.
College: He graduated from Yale and received an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Personal social network: Much of Steyer's Muckety comes from business and education connections.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Steyer has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Thomas F. Steyer personal relations:
James P. Steyer - brother
Kathryn A. Taylor - spouse
Other current Thomas F. Steyer relationships:
Advanced Energy Economy Institute - co-founder & director
Breakthrough Energy Coalition - member
Center for American Progress - director
Giving Pledge - participant
Hamilton Project - advisory council member
Next Generation - funder & director
NextGen Climate - founder
Risky Business Project - co-chair
Thomas F. Steyer past relationships:
2008 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign - fundraiser
2012 Barack Obama presidential campaign - fundraiser
2012 Democratic National Convention - funder
California Proposition 23 - major opponent
Coda Automotive - advisory board member
Democratic Governors Association - major donor
Farallon Capital Management LLC - managing partner
Hellman & Friedman LLC - managing director
Stanford Graduate School of Business - advisory council member
Stanford University - trustee
Philanthropy: Steyer and his wife, Kathryn Taylor, pledged $25 million to Yale University in 2011, for the Energy Sciences Institute. They also committed $40 million for an energy institute at Stanford.
Indirect links:Thomas F. Steyer has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Federal Election Commission;
New York Times;
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Thomas F. Steyer campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Latino Victory Fund - $250,000 on 6/9/2016
League of Conservation Voters Action Fund - $5,400 on 6/9/2016
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $33,400 on 5/10/2016
California Democratic Party - $10,000 on 1/19/2016
Vermont State Democratic Federal Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 9/11/2014
CE Action Committee - $1,000,000 on 5/23/2013
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $32,400 on 4/8/2013
CE Action Committee - $750,000 on 3/19/2013
Vermont Democratic Party - $10,000 on 11/1/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 9/27/2011
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $9,200 on 3/31/2011
Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund - $32,500 on 2/25/2011
California Vote 2010 - $21,000 on 8/30/2010
Friends of Barbara Boxer - $3,400 on 6/8/2010
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $9,000 on 3/22/2010
Actblue - $4,800 on 11/5/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $30,400 on 3/31/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $28,500 on 6/29/2007
Democratic National Committee - $28,500 on 5/31/2007
Major contributions to state-level political organizations & campaigns:
CA Proposition 23 - in opposition - $2,500,000 on 7/26/2010
CA Proposition 39 (2012, in support) - $20,000,000 on 5/30/2012
CA Proposition 39 (2012, in support) - $900,000 on 2/28/2012
CA Proposition 39 (2012, in support) - $400,000 on 2/9/2012
CA Proposition 39 (2012, in support) - $600,000 on 1/27/2012
CA Proposition 23 (2012, in opposition) - $2,500,000 on 9/30/2010
Thomas F. Steyer contributions to nonprofits:
William J. Clinton Foundation - $10,001 to $25,000
Muckety news stories featuring Thomas F. Steyer
Top investors are known for focusing on money networks more than social networks.
February 28, 2013
Tom Steyer's announcement last week that he would step down from the hedge fund he founded, Farallon Capital, came as no surprise to those who have been paying attention to his political and nonprofit activities.
October 29, 2012