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Justin Rockefeller

Justin Rockefeller
Born Justin Aldrich Rockefeller
(1979-07-12) July 12, 1979
West Virginia, U.S.
Residence New York City, New York
Alma mater Princeton University
Occupation Venture capitalist
Spouse(s) Indré Vengris
Parent(s) Jay Rockefeller
Sharon Percy Rockefeller

Justin Aldrich Rockefeller (born July 12, 1979 in West Virginia) [1] is a venture capitalist and political activist.

Rockefeller is the youngest son of former West Virginia senator, Jay Rockefeller, and his wife, Sharon Percy Rockefeller. He is a fifth-generation member of the Rockefeller family and a grandson of former U.S. Senator Charles H. Percy.

At age 25, Rockefeller co-founded

  1. ^ "Visions and Revisions Page 3 Worth". Worth. 2006-09-01. Retrieved 2008-08-08. )
  2. ^ and Generation Engage: A Match Made by Millennials
  3. ^ Richmond Management
  4. ^ TEAK Fellowship
  5. ^ New Leaders Council
  6. ^ Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  7. ^


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[7] Rockefeller lives in

Rockefeller was a 2008 honoree of the Edwin P. Hubble Medal of Initiative, the city of Marshfield, Missouri's highest honor. He has also received a 2009 Ashoka “Entrepreneur for the Good and Close Co-Venturer” award, the 2009 TEAK Fellowship [4] Volunteer of the Year Award, a 2008 New Leaders Council [5] Forty Under 40 Emerging Leaders Award, and the 2007 Common Cause Andrew Heiskell Youth Democracy in Action Award.

In 2009, he became a principal with Richmond Management, a global venture capital firm.[3]


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