Kat Taylor Biography – Kat Taylor Wiki
Kat Taylor born Kathryn Ann Taylor, is the wife of billionaire hedge fund manager and investor, Tom Steyer. Taylor graduated from Harvard College and earned a JD/MBA from Stanford School of Business.
Taylor currently serves as the CEO of Beneficial State Bank, a community development financial institution whose mission is to bring beneficial banking to low-income communities in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner and whose revolutionary ownership design enables its profits be invested in the communities it serves.
Kat is also a Founding Director of TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation (TKREF) dedicated to sustainable food production through ranching, tours, research, and school lunch and garden programs. TKREF owns the social business LeftCoast GrassFed, which raises cattle in ways good for people and planet.
Taylor and Steyer worked together to create The Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, an organization which calls on Stanford faculty and students to get involved in environmental projects. The Center uses students and faculty to “design, and execute on research projects that aim to enable an environmentally and economically secure future.”
Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor have signed the Giving Pledge, which was started by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. They have pledged to donate at least half of their wealth to charitable organizations.
Kat Taylor Age
Taylor grew up in Hillsborough, California. Her birth information is not available. However, her husband Tom was born on 27 June 1957.
Tom Steyer’s Wife – kat taylor Husband
Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor have been married Since 1986. The couple got married in a ceremony in the Memorial Church at Stanford University, where they had met as students. The wedding was officiated by both a Jewish rabbi and a Presbyterian minister.
Kat Taylor Children
Taylor and her husband Steyer have four children: Samuel Taylor, Charles Augustus (Gus), Evelyn Hoover (Evi) and Henry Hume.
Kat Taylor Harvard
Taylor previously sat on the Board of Overseers of Harvard University. The board, the university’s second-highest governing body — oversees Harvard’s investments. Taylor stepped down from the Board because, she said, she was deeply unhappy with the investments that Harvard was making.
She had called on Harvard to divest from investments in fossil fuels — something the university refused to do. In her letter of resignation, Taylor wrote, “We should and would be horrified to find out that Harvard investments are actually funding some of the pernicious activities against which our standout academic leadership rails. But that is where we still sit, vulnerable to the inevitable association with our investment targets that profiting from them demands.”
Kat Taylor Net Worth
Kat Taylor’s net worth is not on record. However, her husband Tom Steyer’s estimated net worth is $1.6 billion, according to Forbes.