George Soros was born August 12, 1930, in Budapest, Hungary. Soros earned a Bachelor of Science in philosophy in 1951, and a Master of Science in philosophy in 1954, both from the London School of Economics. George Soros is a left leaning political advocate and philanthropist and has a net worth of $25.2 Billion dollars. George is the Author of 14 books such titles include The Tragedy of the European Union and The Alchemy of Finance. In addition, to be an Author and activist, George Soros is also a formidable businessman and he is the Chairman of Soros Fund Management LLC, established in 1969 a private American investment management firm/hedge fund.
Over the years, George has lent his support to many advocacy groups, notably the black lives matter group and the birth out of Ferguson Missouri. George has founded many organizations under his own organization named Open Society Foundations. The group runs 24 programs based on rights and advocacy for minorities or other at risk groups. Some examples of these programs are the following: Fiscal Governance Program and the program’s goal is to ensure government transparency when it comes to spending. Moreover, George is a champion for women’s rights across the world. what’s more, the Women’s rights program has a keen interest in advancing women’s sexual and reproductive rights.
George Soros has given millions if not billions to charities over the years and his first charity was in Hungary, where he formed an organization that gave away photocopiers to promote freedom of information. George is also concerned with Economic stability and has donated more than $75 million to the Millennium Promise and Millennium Villages Project which is an African charity seeking to end poverty in Africa, while enriching peoples lives through education and other valuable resources.George has lead a rich and rewarding life with selfless dedication to promoting a better world forever one. He is truly a man of strong character whose heart has room for anyone in need.
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