Anthony (Tony) Kuhnis Managing Director of the Family Office Networks, an organization that provides information, opportunities and investment resources to substantial families, individuals and the top advisors who serve them.
After growing up in Europe, Mr. Kuhn started an extensive career in advertising and worked on celebrated brands and not-for-profit organizations around the world. He ran large global accounts for IPG and Omnicom and was part of the team that launched the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) and raised $600 million in corporate and private donations for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. He also worked with the Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP) in Washington, D.C., on the “Got Milk” Milk mustache campaign.
As managing partner of SR Impact. Mr. Kuhn advises large family offices on Impact investment planning and numerous private companies on growth strategies. He is an experienced business development leader with a successful history in the financial services industry, focused on the family office space.
Mr. Kuhn has helped many U.S. clients secure access to capital and distribution capabilities through leading family investment offices in the United States, India and the Gulf region. He helped U.S. clients successfully launch several lifesaving medical devices and molecular diagnostic tests in India and the Gulf region.
As Vice-Chairman of Cavendish Global, he created a series of Global Impact forums to coalesce a peer-to-peer network of leading family offices and foundations from around the world who share a passion for sustainable philanthropy and pro-social impact investing.
As Executive Director of the Load Zero Foundation (LZF) (501c3), he developed a medically and financially unique philanthropic mission to help meet the needs of 36 million HIV/AIDS patients in the developing world by providing viral load testing and related laboratory equipment specifically suited to resource-limited regions of the developing world where HIV is most prevalent.
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