John Fisher Net Worth: John Fisher is an American heir and investor who has a net worth of $2.8 billion. Born John J. Fisher on June 1, 1961, he is the youngest son of Doris and late Donald Fisher, the founders of The Gap, a multinational clothing and accessories retailer. A Princeton graduate who holds an MBA from Stanford University, he is the only one of the three Gap heirs who does not sit on the board. Soon after finishing college, Fisher took a job at the mailroom at the Republican National Committee, and he also served as a fund-raiser for former President Reagan and then-Vice President Bush. Later, Fisher worked for a real estate company that collaborated with Gap. Then, he served as the President of the family's investment company Pisces Inc, and soon, he became friend with Lewis Wolff. The duo bought few Fairmont hotels in San Francisco which led to Fisher's investment in his passion: sports. Being a sports enthusiast, Fisher holds the controlling stake of the Oakland Athletics in MLB (Major League Baseball), a small share in San Jose Earthquake, a soccer club in Major League Soccer, and in Glasgow Celtic, a Scotland's football club. Moreover, he serves as the Chairman of the KIPP Foundation (Knowledge is Power Program), which is dedicated to training teachers for the KIPP school chain.
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