Katie Boehly (Todd Boehly Wife) Biography
Katie Boehly is Todd Boehly’s wife. Katie Boehly is a co-founder of the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance. She is a fourth-generation William & Mary alumna. She formerly worked with ADP and Court Express and is a member of the FACES advisory board (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures).
Katie Boehly Education
She holds a B.A. in history from William & Mary and is a member of the 1918 Society. The couple’s three sons, Nick, Zach, and Clay, were born to them.
Katie Boehly Children
Katie Boehly has 3 children with her husband Todd. Their names are Nick, Zach and Clay
Katie Boehly Husband; Todd
Todd Boehly is an entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist from the United States. Eldridge Industries, a holding company based in Greenwich, Connecticut, is his co-founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and controlling member. He has been the interim CEO of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association since October 2021.
He earned a B.B.A. in Finance from the College of William & Mary in 1996. He went to the London School of Economics as well. Boehly began working at Citibank and later CS First Boston while at the London School of Economics to get finance skills.
Boehly began his career at J.H. Whitney & Company and Credit Suisse First Boston.
He joined Guggenheim Partners in 2001, where he created the firm’s credit investing business, oversaw asset management, and most recently served as president.
Boehly brokered a deal between Time Warner Cable and the Dodgers in early 2013 to develop SportsNet LA, a regional network that will carry all Dodgers games and Dodgers-related programs. The new team-owned network began broadcasting at the start of the 2014 baseball season.
Boehly founded Eldridge, a private holding firm that invests in multiple industries, in 2015 after selling some of the assets he had amassed at Guggenheim, including The Hollywood Reporter, Dick Clark Productions, and Security Benefit. Eldridge has offices in New York, London, and Beverly Hills, in addition to Greenwich.
Cain International, a real estate firm based in London and co-owned by Eldridge, is one of Boehly’s real estate assets.
Boehly has also invested in real estate enterprises like Kennedy Wilson and helped launch European real estate investment firm Blackbrook Capital through Eldridge. Through Eldridge, Boehly bought a minority share in Langdon Park Capital, a Black-owned real estate investment firm, in 2021.
Boehly owns 20% of the Los Angeles Dodgers and a minority stake in the Los Angeles Sparks. Todd Boehly attempted to buy Chelsea Football Club for $3 billion in 2019, but the current owner, Russian billionaire businessman Roman Abramovich, turned down the offer. In March 2022, he formed a group with Hansjörg Wyss to buy the club from Abramovich after the Russian put the club up for sale due to UK government sanctions. Boehly is the founder of DraftKings, a fantasy sports firm, and Cloud9, an esports organization.