Gerald Lok Chan
1953/1954 (age 64–65)
|Net worth||US$2.0 billion (jointly with brother, September 2018)|
|Spouse(s)||Beryl W. Chan|
|Relatives||Ronnie Chan (brother)|
Gerald Chan is the son of T.H. Chan. He earned BS and MS degrees in Engineering from UCLA, and a master's degree in Medical Radiological Physics and doctorate in Radiation Biology from Harvard University. In the 1970s, he became a US citizen.
In 1987, he co-founded Morningside, a private equity group.
When his family gave Harvard School of Public Health $350 million, the largest donation ever given to Harvard, the school was renamed the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health for Chan's late father.
Chan is married to Beryl, and they have two sons, Ashley being the eldest.
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- Announcement of major search for Senior Director, University Development Office International – Asia Principal Gifts, Harvard University Cambridge, MA
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