David GardnerCo-Founder, The Motley Fool
One of the country’s most respected and trusted sources on investing, David Gardner co-founded The Motley Fool with his brother, Tom, in 1993. As Chief Rule Breaker, David wears many hats including innovator, stock picker, author, lecturer and media personality.
David graduated as a Morehead Scholar from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988, and wrote for Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street newsletter before starting The Motley Fool. He has received the University’s prestigious “Distinguished Young Alumni Award.” Since 1999, David has been a member of the NYSE’s Individual Investors Advisory Committee. Since 2004, David has served on the Board of Governors of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
Among his many accomplishments at The Motley Fool, David is perhaps most proud of his conception and development of Motley Fool CAPS.
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