Peggy Dulany is an American heiress and philanthropist. She is the founder and chairwoman of Synergos, a global organization that promotes bridging leadership, which fosters trust and collaborative action, to help solve complex problems around the world.
Peggy Dulany Age, Birthday, & Biography
Peggy Dulany, originally Margaret Dulany “Peggy” Rockefeller, the fourth child of David Rockefeller and Margaret McGrath, was born in 1947 however the exact details of her birthdate are not known. “Dulany” is her middle name, a name she got from her mother. As of 2023, she is 70 years old.
Peggy Dulany Net Worth
Peggy Dulany is the heiress of the astounding fortunes of her family. However, the exact details on the net value of the well-known philanthropist has not been disclosed to the media platforms. Even so, it is safe to say that she earns a significant amount of money to live a comfortable life. Her net worth is often estimated to be in hundreds of millions.
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Peggy Dulany Husband and Children
Speaking of her personal life and relationships, Peggy was previously married to David Quattrone, with whom she has a son Michael Dulany Quattrone who was born in 1977. She has a son named Michael, who lives on the Rockefeller family estate with his wife, Krista Smith and three children. Besides, Peggy married her second husband whose personal information is kept hidden but she eventually got separated.
Family and Siblings
Her siblings are Abby, Richard, Neva, Eileen, and David Rockefeller Jr. Known for her philanthropic activities and heiress status, she is a prominent philanthropist. Her sister Neva Rockefeller has a daughter named Miranda Kaiser.
As regards to her educational background as well as academic credits, Peggy is a Radcliffe College honors graduate of 1969 and holds a Doctorate in Education from Harvard University.
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Peggy formed Synergos in 1986 to foster trust and cooperation between grassroots organizations and government and business leaders. Additionally, she and her father, David Rockefeller, co-founded Synergos’ Global Philanthropists Circle in 2001 to help philanthropic families use this strategy.
Additionally, she worked on nonprofit management and planning for the United Nations, Ford Foundation, and National Endowment for the Arts, as well as health care and family planning for the United Nations and Ford Foundation. Over 30 nonprofit and corporate organizations have appointed her to their boards, including Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Africa-America Institute.
She led the Youth Jobs, Education, and Community Affairs initiatives at the New York City Partnership as Senior Vice President. Currently. She owns and operates two socially responsible businesses: a Montana grass-fed beef and guest ranch and a Namibian ecotourism operation.