Meet Ann Tenenbaum: Billionaire Thomas H. Lee 2nd wife
Ann Tenenbaum: Who is she? We will focus on her in this post. We will examine their marriage life and determine if they had children.
Who was billionaire Thomas H. Lee? Tenebbaum husband
Lee was born on 27th March,2023 to a family with Jewish origin.
His father was Herbert C. Lee and his mother was Midred “Micki” Schiff Lee.
Thomas H. Lee was an American Businessman, investor and financier. He seem to have taken after the steps of his father who was worked for a shoe corporation.
He is famed and credited with being the pioneer of private equity and leveraged buyouts.
He founded the Thomas H. Lee Partners in 1974 and it is said to be the one of the oldest and largest private equity firms not in American, but globally.
He was also the managing partner of Lee Equity Partners. He founded this private equity firm in 2006.
This came after he left the Thomas H. Lee Partners.
Forbes estimated the net worth of Thomas H.Lee to be around $2 billion.
His source of wealth is said to have began after he invested $150,000 which he got through inheritance.
Who is Ann Tenenbaum? Thomas H. Lee 2nd wife.
Her husband was married twice. Lee first marriage was to Barbara Fish Lee.
Ann Tenenbaum is the 2nd wife of the billionaire. She is from the Savannah in Georgia.
Thomas Lee divorce from his first wife came in 1995. This was after he publicly admitted to having an affair with one other woman.
Ann Tenenbaum husband was a friend to Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary.
He was also a fan of art collection.
Tenenbaum is said to be a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.
Thomas Lee second wife also “served as a member of the Board of Trustees there from 1996 to 2004”.
The pair got married in 1996.
Lee had five children,but we are unable to tell how many of them was with Tenenbaum.
Ann Tenenbaum is on the Public Design Commission. She is serving as the representative of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The second wife of the billionaire is a member of the Board of Trustees and the Visiting Committee of the Department of Photographs.
That is not all , she is an art collector as well and serves on the Board of the Studio Museum in Harlem.
A. Tenenbaum was awarded the “Leo Award from Independent Curators International in 2003”.
She is a busy woman who served as Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Dia Art Foundation from 1996 to 2006.