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Daniel Pritzker

Daniel Pritzker, grandson of A. N. Pritzker and son of Jay Pritzker, is a professional musician living in Kentfield, California. Daniel is a 1981 graduate of Tufts University and earned a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University Law School in 1986. He is a member of the wealthy Pritzker family.

Daniel and his wife Karen are trustees of the Jay Pritzker Foundation, a philanthropic fund that created the Pritzker Challenge at Tufts with gifts of $10 million. The Pritzker Challenge is designed to encourage members of the Tufts community to establish endowed or term scholarships for underprivileged minority students. Pritzker was the founder, guitarist and songwriter for the Chicago band Sonia Dada. Daniel and Karen have five children and currently live in California.

Daniel Pritzker was ranked 273 in the 2011 list of "The 400 Richest Americans" by Forbes Magazine, with a net worth of $1.6 billion.[1] His current net worth is estimated at $2 billion.[2] He is Jewish.[3]

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