Born in New York City on February 13, 1977, Alejandro Santo Domingo Davila attended school at Hotchkiss School before he went to Harvard University to study history. Following this, he went to work in the Santo Domingo Group. Started by his grandfather, the Santo Domingo Group is a conglomerate that has investments in fields such as banking and telecommunications. By 2005, the family traded a portion of the company to SABMiller. Currently, Alejandro Santo Domingo Davia serves as the chairman of the board for Grupo Empresarial Bavaria. He is also the vice-chairman of the board for SABMiller's Latin American operations.
Outside of business, Davila was chosen to be on the board for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2009. He is on the board for DKMS Americas. This organization is a non-profit that raises funds and collects bone marrow donations. DKMS Americas has a list of over 3.6 million donors and works to combat blood cancer by encouraging people to donate. This has led to the non-profit having the largest bone marrow donor center in the world. Through the family business and his other projects, Alejandro Santo Domingo Davila has managed to accumulate a total net worth that is estimated to be at $11.7 billion.
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