|Residence||Charleston, South Carolina|
|Education||B.A. University of Florida
M.A. University of North Florida
|Occupation||Businessman and philanthropist|
|Known for||CEO of the Hudson's Bay Company|
|Net worth||US $ 2.6 billion (2006)|
Anita Zucker (born c. 1952) is an American businesswoman and philanthropist. She is the first, and as of 2013[update] only, woman to have occupied the position of Governor (Chair) of the Hudson's Bay Company.
She is the widow of the chief executive officer of the Hudson's Bay Company, Jerry Zucker, taking over following her husband's death. She owns the Carolina Ice Palace and half of the South Carolina Stingrays ice hockey team.
A philanthropist, she serves on the board of the Coastal Community Foundation, and as a trustee of the Saul Alexander Foundation and the Jewish Endowment Fund. She has sat on the boards of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Trident United Way, the MUSC Foundation, and Porter-Gaud School. A member of the Republican Party, she endorsed Mitt Romney in January 2012.
As of September 2013, she is the 554h richest person in the world, and the 194th richest in the United States, with an estimated wealth of US $2.6 billion. She is the only billionaire living in South Carolina. She has three children: Jonathan Zucker, Andrea Muzin and Jeffrey Zucker. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina.
- "Anita Zucker". Forbes. September 2013.
- "Weddings/Celebrations: Andrea Zucker, Nicholas Muzin". The New York Times. July 9, 2006.
- "Supporters". McNair Center. University of South Carolina. Retrieved April 3, 2013.
- "Jerry Zucker, Industrialist and Inventor, Is Dead at 58". The New York Times. April 18, 2008.
- "Anita Zucker recognized for supporting young artists". Charleston City Paper.
- "Anita Zucker". Forbes. September 2012.
- Forbes 400: South Carolina
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