April 1, 2012
'New Yorker’ Profiles a Giving Adviser to the Stars
As famous actors and sports figures increasingly court attention for their involvement in philanthropy, a niche industry of celebrity philanthropy advisers has blossomed. The New Yorker (March 26) has taken a look at one of the most aggressive ones, Trevor Neilson, a former Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation staff member and the founder of the Global Philanthropy Group.
Mr. Neilson, who has been credited with bringing the rock star Bono and Bill Gates together to get
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