Daniel Lubetzky Net Worth


Daniel Lubetzky’s net worth is estimated at 1.2 billion USD (2020).
Daniel Lubetzky was born on 1968 in Mexico City, Mexico. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Daniel Lubetzky’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Daniel Lubetzky’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Daniel Lubetzky is 53 years old and has a net worth of 1.2 billion USD (2020).

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In 2019, he was appointed to the Anti-Defamation League’s Inaugural Board of Directors.

Koshland Fellowship 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow (GLT) by World Economic Forum Trinity Outstanding Alumnus Award World Association of NGOs bestowed him with its Peace, Reconciliation and Security Award Catholic Theological Union’s Blessed Are the Peacemakers Award King Hussein Humanitarian Leadership Prize Named Young Leaders Forum Fellow by National Committee for United States-China Relations Named as One of “43 Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing the World by Fast Company.” Recognized as a Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship Named among “America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs” Named among “25 Responsibility Pioneers” of social innovation by TIME Magazine Selected as Entrepreneur of the Year by Entrepreneur Magazine. Named among Advertising Age’s 50 Most Creative People Named among 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs by Goldman Sachs Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2013 Award Heroes of Conscious Capitalism 2017 Common Ground Awards Winner Hispanic Heritage Award Horatio Alger Award


In 2017, he launched a public advocacy organization called Feed the Truth to counteract the food industry’s influence on food policy and public health. He pledged $25 million to fund the organization.


In 2015, Lubetzky and KIND Snacks created the KIND Foundation. Its signature initiative, Empatico, is a video-conferencing and digital learning platform that connects classrooms around the world designed to help kids explore their similarities and differences and expand their world views.


In March 2008, Lubetzky married Michelle Lynn Lieberman, a physician, daughter of Joanne Lieberman and Michael Lieberman of Silver Spring, Maryland, with Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg officiating at a civil service in San Antonio, Texas. They have four children.


In 2002, he co-founded the OneVoice Movement, an international grassroots effort, to amplify the voices of moderate Israelis and Palestinians seeking to end the conflict.


During his college years in Texas, Lubetzky created a retail watch operation, Da’Leky Times. After graduating from law school, Lubetzky worked briefly at Sullivan & Cromwell and at McKinsey & Company. In 1993, Lubetzky was awarded a Haas Koshland Fellowship to write about legislative means to foster joint ventures between Arabs and Israelis. While carrying out his research, he discovered a sundried tomato product that provided the foundation for PeaceWorks Inc. in 1994. PeaceWorks is a “not-ONLY-for-profit”® business corporation pursuing both peace and profit. Its flagship brand – Meditalia –is made through cooperation among neighbors striving to co-exist in the Middle East. In 2003, unhappy with unhealthy or unappetizing snacking choices, and concerned with the rising obesity and diabetes epidemic in America, Lubetzky launched KIND Snacks with the value proposition of being “KIND to your body, your taste buds and your world”. KIND has since become the fastest-growing snack company in the US. In 2010, Lubetzky co-founded Maiyet, a luxury fashion venture committed to forging partnerships with artisans in some of the world’s developing economies to create high end and unique products, while promoting self-sufficiency and entrepreneurship. Lubetzky is the author of The New York Times bestseller, Do the KIND Thing. In 2015 President Barack Obama and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker named him a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE). Daniel was a guest shark on Shark Tank Season 11.


Daniel Lubetzky (born 1968) is a Mexican-American billionaire businessman, philanthropist, author, and founder and CEO of snack company Kind LLC.

The son of a Holocaust survivor and a Mexican Jew of Lithuanian ancestry, Lubetzky’s father was a partner in International Bonded Warehouses and in United Export Trading Association, both duty-free shop chains with headquartered in Laredo, Texas. Lubetzky was born in 1968 and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. As a teenager, he moved with his family to the U.S. He received his B.A. in economics and international relations, magna cum laude, from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and studied abroad in both Israel and France. Lubetzky then earned his J.D. from Stanford Law School in 1993. Lubetzky is also a cousin of Oscar-winner Emmanuel Lubezki.

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