Doris F. Fisher

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Doris F. Fisher
Born Doris Feigenbaum
1931
Residence San Francisco
Nationality American
Ethnicity Jewish
Occupation Retired
Known for Co-founder of The Gap
Net worth $2.8 billion (November 2015)[1]
Religion Judaism
Spouse(s) Donald Fisher
Children Robert J. Fisher
William S. Fisher
John J. Fisher
Parent(s) B. Joseph Feigenbaum
Dorothy Bamberger

Doris F. Fisher (née Feigenbaum; born 1931) is an American businesswoman who co-founded The Gap clothing stores with her husband, Donald Fisher.

Biography[edit]

Born Doris Feigenbaum in 1931,[2] she was the daughter of Dorothy Bamberger of New York and B. Joseph Feigenbaum.[3] She had two siblings: Ann F. Rossi and Joseph L. Feigenbaum.[3] She was married to Don Fisher and was a long-time member of Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco.[4] Their three sons - Robert J. Fisher, William S. Fisher, and John J. Fisher - continue to manage the business.[1][4]

She has been named as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes Magazine.[5]

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