Ross Perot, Jr.

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Ross Perot, Jr.

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Ross Perot, Jr. was born on November 7, 1958 and is 64 years old now.

Birthday: November 7, 1958
How Old - Age: 64

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Ross Perot, Jr. - Biography

Henry Ross Perot, Jr. (born November 7, 1958) is a real estate developer and Chairman of the Board for Perot Systems. He is the elder son of Ross Perot.
Perot serves as the Chairman for multiple companies including The Perot Group and Hillwood. He is the elder son of billionaire American businessman and former United States presidential candidate Ross Perot.

Perot has expanded his family's fortune primarily through real estate and serves as chairman of The Perot Group, which manages the various Perot family interests that include real estate, oil and gas, and financial investments. He is well known for his 1980s development and ownership of the Fort Worth Alliance Airport and the residential community of Heritage, which is a successful development executed by the public-private partnership Alliance Texas. Perot is also Chairman of Hillwood, which he founded in 1988. Hillwood is ranked among the top ten real estate developers in the United States and is recognized for its high-profile projects and public-private ventures.
Perot was a member of the Board of Directors for Dell Inc. Perot is a board member of Guide IT. He is Chairman of the United States Air Force Memorial Foundation and Co-Chairman of the EastWest Institute. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of St. Mark's School of Texas, Southern Methodist University, and Vanderbilt University. In 2010 Forbes reported Perot's net worth at $1.5 Billion. Perot was the 1983 recipient of the Langley Gold Medal from the Smithsonian Institution.

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