According to Forbes, Scott is now the third-richest woman in the world, just behind L’Oreal heir Françoise Bettencourt Meyers and Walmart heir Alice Walton. The magazine estimates her current net worth at $55.1 billion (after her most recent donations), which means Scott has a lot more charitable giving in her future if she sticks to her pledge to give at least half her fortune away. And it seems like she will: As Scott wrote on Medium in July, she is determined “to give the majority of my wealth back to the society that helped generate it, to do it thoughtfully, to get started soon, and to keep at it until the safe is empty.” She added: “This work is ongoing and will last for years.”
Scott made gifts to more than a dozen historically Black colleges and universities, as well as community and technical colleges and schools serving Native Americans, women, urban, and rural students. Among the groups she singled out in her Medium post and urged others to donate to were the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, the Chicago Community Loan Fund, Feeding America, the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund, and HBCUs ranging from Dillard University to Mississippi’s Tougaloo College.
The official trailer for Bridgerton—a brand-new, Regency era–set TV series executive-produced by a team that includes Shonda Rhimes—hit the internet just days ago, but to be perfectly honest, the level of obsession I’ve already developed with it seems mildly unhealthy.
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