Stuart S. Janney III
Residence: Butler, Md.
Education: Gilman, University of North Carolina, University of Maryland law school
Professional: Janney is the Chairman of the Bessemer Trust, a wealth management firm originally set up to oversee the Phipps family fortune (Janney is a great-grandson of Henry Phipps, Andrew Carnegie's business partner). It now manages more than $50 billion in assets and assists clients with investments and legacy planning. Janney also worked as a managing partner at Alex Brown and Sons in Baltimore. He began his career with several positions in federal government.
Janney has also serves or has served on dozens of corporate and educational boards. He's the chairman of the Johns Hopkins applied physics lab and a trustee for the university. He's the vice chairman of the Jockey Club, a national body that supports horse racing. He is a past president of the Maryland Million.
Family: Wife, Lynn; Daughter Emily is a Bryn Mawr graduate currently working in New York; Son Matt graduated from Gilman and is currently working in Hong Kong
Hobbies: Janney enjoys boating — he recently spent a week at sea traveling from Florida up the coast to North Carolina — and was a licensed pilot. He also golfs.