Katie & Todd Boehly

“What finance has done for me has been nothing short of spectacular and I'd really love to share the opportunity, the education and knowledge base with current students.”

Todd BoehlyBBA '96

Katie Boehly BA '95

Katie Boehly, a fourth-generation William & Mary alumna, is the Co-Founder of the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance. She previously worked at ADP and Court Express, and currently serves on the advisory board for FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures). Katie graduated from William & Mary with a B.A. in History and is a member of the University’s Society of 1918.

Todd Boehly BBA '96

As Co-Founder of the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance at William & Mary, Todd offers guidance through his extensive experience in the financial space. Todd is the Co-Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Eldridge, which manages a network of businesses across finance, technology, real estate, and entertainment. Eldridge has made investments in over 70 operating businesses, including Security Benefit, of which Mr. Boehly is Chairman, A24, Fulwell 73, and Penske Media, which includes The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Vibe, Music Business Worldwide, dick clark productions, Life is Beautiful, and the investment in South by Southwest.

Todd is Chairman and owner of Chelsea Football Club, and an owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Sparks, Cloud9, and Draftkings. He is on the boards of the Los Angeles Lakers, Flexjet, PayActiv, CAIS, Chelsea Football Club, Cain International, Kennedy Wilson (NYSE: KW), and Vivid Seats (NASDAQ: SEAT). Todd was formerly on the boards of Truebill, which was sold to Rocket Mortgage, and DraftKings. 

Prior to founding Eldridge in 2015, Todd was the President of Guggenheim Partners.

Todd received his B.B.A from William & Mary and studied at the London School of Economics. Involved in various philanthropic efforts, he and his wife support epilepsy research, Focused Ultrasound Foundation, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and Brunswick School.