Howard Warren Buffett’s net worth: Know his earnings, career, family and business
Facts of Howard Warren Buffett’s net worth: Know his earnings, career, family and business
|Date of Birth:
|1983 October 13
|Howard Warren Buffett
|40 years old
Born and raised up in a billionaire’s family, Howard Warren Buffett holds the net worth of $10 million. His main sources of income are teaching and political advisor.
Howard Warren Buffett Net Worth: $10 million
Howard Warren Buffett is a grandson of Warren Buffett, the world second richest man, and deceased philanthropist Susan Buffett. His estimated net worth is $10 million. H W Buffett is the only child of Howard Grahm Buffett, an American businessman, former politician, philanthropist, photographer, farmer, and conservationist. Likewise, American musician Peter Buffett is his uncle, whereas American philanthropist Susan Alice Buffett is his aunt. Professionally,
Howard Warren has enjoyed a diverse career. Currently, he is active as a teacher at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Besides, he also runs a startup investment company called I(x) Investments. The company invests in early-stage and undervalued companies. Furthermore, he has appreciated farming like his father. More precisely, he runs a technologically advanced no-till farm in Nebraska. Furthermore, he previously served as the executive director of the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. The foundation has received billions of dollars charity from Wallmart founder Warren Buffett. Moreover, he has had a lucrative public career as well. Likewise, he is also famous for spearheading a breakthrough White House Energy Innovation Conference as a policy advisor under Obama administration. Nevertheless, he is also a professional photographer. His photography has appeared in National Geographic, World Wide Fund for Nature, and Encyclopedia of Earth.
Education and Career of Howard Warren Buffett
For primary education, Buffett went to Ponca Elementary School and later went to Mount Zion High School in Decatur, Illinois. At Mount, he was elected as the president of the local chapter of the National FFA Organization.To receive a bachelors degree in political science and political studies, Buffet attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Then, for his master’s degree in Advanced Management and Finance, in 2008, Buffett went to the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.
Following a graduation, Buffett worked as a special assistant in the Office of the Secretary as appointed by the US Department of Agriculture. In addition, he represented the department in the White House Innovation and Information Policy Working Group.As a special assistant, he looked after the national expansion strategy for the Department’s $480 million Cooperative Extension Service program. Likewise, the department also gave him a major responsibility in "identifying strategic external partnerships aimed at advancing the core mission areas of research, education, and economics.
After completing his previous service, Buffett started to work as a policy advisor in the Executive Office of the President of the US. Upon completion of his service as policy advisor, Buffett worked as a director of agriculture development at the Task Force for Business Stability Operations. His major responsibility as the director was to design and implement a strategy for agricultural development in Afghanistan and Iraq under the leadership of Paul Brinkley
He also played a major role at the White House Energy Innovation Conference in May, 2010 where he innovated the idea of focusing on promoting partnerships. The same year, he was introduced to the advisory board for Toyota Motor North America.
In addition to his work as an advisor, he currently serves for the Harvard University International Negotiation Program. He also served on the Board of Visitors for the Indiana University’s Center on Philanthropy.
A year later in 2011, Buffett described an approach to address social problems with the systematic non-profit techniques at the Social Good Summit in New York.
Then coming to 2013, he worked as a co-professor at the Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He taught the Innovations of Public Management over there.
Currently about his work as a professor, Buffett is an adjunct professor and research scholar at the school and also teaches philanthropy.
Adding to his working field, Buffett is also a published photographer. His work has been loved and appeared in National Geographic World Wide Fund for Nature and also in Encyclopedia of Earth.
Howard Warren Buffet: Philanthropy
In 2011, Buffett coined the idea of "Social Value Investing" during the Social Good Summit held in New York. At the summit, he also announced a $5million dollar endowment from his great Aunt, Dorris Buffett, to the Learning By Giving Foundation. Last but not the least, he is a valuable advisor to several reputed organizations. Furthermore, his advisory roles include
|the Board of Visitors
|Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University
|the Board of Directors
|New York Needs You, and Clark and Hinman Foundation
|United Nations Office for Partnerships, and FEED Foundation
|American Express 2009 NGen Fellows Program
|Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s business plan competitions
|Nebraska Society, and Future Farmers of America
Howard W. Buffett is the grandson Warren Buffett. He was born on October 14, 1983, in Omaha, Nebraska, to the parents, Howard Graham Buffett and Devon Goss Buffett.
Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He holds the net worth of $84.4 billion. Warren’s son, Howard Graham Buffett is a former politician and currently a businessman.
Howard W. Buffet is the only biological grandchild of Warren Buffett and has four half-sisters.
Buffett is married man. He and Lili Thomas married in 2011.
However, he has split with his wife, Lili Thomas Buffett.
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