William W. Bain, Jr.

William W. Bain, Jr.

William W. Bain, Jr., has been a trustee since 1989. A graduate of Vanderbilt, he majored in history and was selected for membership in Phi Beta Kappa.

Mr. Bain is chairman of the board of Bain, Willard Companies, L. P., and director of the Hinckley Yacht Company. He founded Bain and Company, a worldwide consulting firm, in 1973, and Bain Capital, an investment partnership with a number of private equity funds, in 1984. In 1999, he was listed in a special edition of Boston Business Journal as “one of Greater Boston’s 100 most influential business people of the 20th century.” Mr. Bain has had a long involvement with Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston. He is also a trustee of the Naples Children and Education Foundation of Naples, Florida.

Mr. Bain has four children, William III, Adam, Alexander, and Samantha, and resides in Boston with his wife, Ann.

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