Join Davidson College’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative for a conversation with Steve Pagliuca, managing Director at Bain Capital and Co-Owner of the NBA’s Boston Celtics. We will chat with Steve about basketball, business, and changing the game on Tuesday, March 14th at 7 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall on the campus of Davidson College. Reception to follow. The event is free and open to the public, although tickets are required.
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Steve Pagliuca is a Managing Partner, Co-Owner and Chairman of the Basketball Committee of the World Championship Boston Celtics Basketball franchise. Over the past decade, Mr. Pagliuca has played a leadership role in the development of the Celtics basketball strategy and operations.
He is the President of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, the charitable arm of the organization. The Shamrock Foundation helps children gain access to housing, healthcare and other services in partnership with local charities. Mr. Pagliuca also serves as an alternate member of the NBA Board of Governors.
A highly accomplished business leader, Mr. Pagliuca is a Co-Chairman of Bain Capital, a leading global private investment firm that is based in Boston. Bain Capital provides capital and expertise to a wide range of companies from start-ups to multi- billion dollar enterprises. An active investor in the media, technology, financial services and healthcare industries, he has helped to build Bain Capital into one of the world’s leading investment companies.
Mr. Pagliuca is the Chairman of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, a nonprofit society with a legacy of strengthening families and preventing child abuse. He is also a Trustee of Bain Capital Children’s Charity. Mr. Pagliuca is a recipient of the Bright Star Award from President Bill Clinton and the American Dream Award from Habitat for Humanity for his charitable efforts and contributions to enhancing the Greater Boston Community.
Mr. Pagliuca is active in the area of public policy and is a former candidate for the U.S. Senate. He is a frequent contributor on television, radio and print media providing commentary on global economic issues. He holds an undergraduate degree from Duke University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Steve and his wife, Judy, have four children and live in Weston, Massachusetts.