From Alma Mater to Global Titan: The Rise of Todd Boehly

Investor and distinguished William & Mary Raymond A. Mason School of Business alumnus Todd Boehly '96 stands at the forefront of global headlines as his ventures continue to captivate the financial world. Recently featured in Forbes, Boehly's profile illuminates the inner workings of his vast portfolio under Eldridge Industries, a testament to his strategic insight and visionary leadership.

At the heart of Boehly's success lies a journey that began at William & Mary's Mason School of Business, where he honed his financial expertise. Armed with a degree in finance, Boehly embarked on a career distinguished by savvy investment strategies, shaping an expansive portfolio that now has ownership stakes in global entities such as Chelsea FC, Bruce Springsteen's songbook, DraftKings, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Boehly embodies the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit nurtured at William & Mary through his achievements. His trajectory underscores the transformative power of education in cultivating leaders who excel in their fields and leave an indelible mark on a global scale.

As the world acknowledges Boehly's remarkable accomplishments, we at William & Mary take pride in his journey from our campus to global success. His ongoing triumphs inspire our students and our community, reaffirming our commitment to fostering future leaders who embody the values of intellectual curiosity, resilience, and unwavering commitment to excellence.

Todd Boehly's growth from undergrad at alma mater to global titan not only reflects his individual aptitude but also the enduring legacy of William & Mary—a legacy that continues to shape self-assured leaders who make an indelible impact on the world.

Boehly's most recent news story, "Meet The Billionaire Bond Investor Behind Chelsea F.C., Springsteen's Songbook And The LA Dodgers," was authored by Maneet Ahuja and Hank Tucker, Forbes Staff, and published by Forbes on April 1, 2024.