Donor Profile - Robert Millard
Robert Millard is highly capable of becoming a potential donor for a non-profit organization. Mr. Millard has a net worth of $44.4 million, and he is a big supporter of higher education. He loves music and arts as well. More information on the topic has been presented below.
NET WORTH, assets, and properties
Robert Millard's total net worth amounts to $44.4 million. The total value of Mr. Millard's public assets is $50,533,554.
On researching Mr. Millard's properties, we were able to find some information on his home and one other property (his foundation). However, we were not able to find any listings of holiday homes or other properties. Instead, we found a list of properties that were supposedly under in name. We looked deeper into those properties and found that they are now owned by other people. Therefore, those properties have not been included here. The two aforementioned properties are as follows:
- Personal: Chilmark, Massachusetts
- Commercial: 440 Park Ave S FL 3, New York, NY 10016
Holdings and real estate
In L3 Technologies Inc. (LLL) Aerospace & Defense, Mr. Millard has 272,257 holdings in equities. The total value of his holdings in that company is $47,280,151. Similarly, he has 45,464 holdings in equities in the Evercore Inc. (EVR) Investment Banking & Brokerage Services. His holdings in the company amount to $3,253,404.
In the name of personal property, Robert Millard has his main home in Chilmark, Massachusetts.
Hobbies/INTERESTS and philanthropy work
In order to find information on Mr. Millard's hobbies and philanthropic work, we researched his one-on-one interview and multiple biography-related sources. His hobbies include:
Mr. Millard, along with his wife, hosted the Musical Evenings Event by Kaufman Music Center in 2016. He runs the Robert & Bethany Millard Charitable Foundation along with his wife. The foundation donates funds to various art programs and higher education services. He is also a board member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a non-profit organization dedicated to science. He also serves as a non-profit board member of the New School and the Population Council.
ETHICS and family
We analyzed Mr. Millard's one-on-one interview and another video interview to compile information on his family and ethics. Both sources provided the transcripts of the respective interviews.
Mr. Millard has two brothers. According to his interview, his mother used to be sick all the time when he was a child. In her early 30s, she was diagnosed with Cancer. Later, she died at the age of 41 when Mr. Millard was only 13 years old. His father abandoned him when he was 16 years old. After his mother died, his family fell apart completely.
Mr. Millard mentioned in his interview that he has the utmost respect for his colleagues such as Eric Lander, an MIT professor who taught a MOOC class that Mr. Millard took. In an interview, Mr. Millard said that he was very driven to achieve his dreams. When he was very young, he took the initiative to apply to a number of schools on his own without the help of his parents or a counselor. Rather than being taken out of high school and thrown into an orphanage, he looked after himself without telling people that he was doing so.