Alex Soros is not only the son-of Democratic mega-donor George Soros. He is also an up-and-coming philanthropist on his own, known for supporting Jewish progressive causes.
This week, the 32-years old Soros is in Davos, Switzerland, hobnobbing with other billionaires, business people, and heads of state attending the World Economic Forum. In his instagram account, Soros Junior posted a photo of him with King Abdaullah of Jordan, or #kingabduallah as he refers to him:
“An honor to meet with his majesty, #kingabdullah of #Jordan, who continues to do so much to quell tensions worldwide in these troubling times! #davos @worldeconomicforum #wef”
In another photo he posted, Soros is seen posing for a selfie with former U.N. General Secretary Kofi Annan.
Once done with Davos, Soros is likely to go back to California, where he’s working on his Ph.D at the UC Berkley.
Soros Junior Hanging Out With King Abdullah In Davos
Nathan Guttman, staff writer, was the Forward’s Washington bureau chief. He joined the staff in 2006 after serving for five years as Washington correspondent for the Israeli dailies Haaretz and The Jerusalem Post. In Israel, he was the features editor for Ha’aretz and chief editor of Channel 1 TV evening news. He was born in Canada and grew up in Israel. He is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.