As it has in the past, Highland Capital Management continues to support the George W. Bush Presidential Center, with a sizable amount of financial support. In recent times, their ever-flowing line of cash contributions comes to the tune of 10 million dollars, as an endowment gift. But, that is really just the beginning, because the monies given are intended to run public programs, such as the “Engage at the Bush Center”, which runs throughout the year and brings some great minds from the field of literature, philosophy and journalism to the center. Read more at bloomberg.com.
This is very good news, and the Center’s CEO, Kenneth Hersh, has the honor of sharing it with the world. And of course, Highland Capital Management president, Jim Dondero is proud to be responsible for being the good news giver. The best part about this relationship is that it has such a long run. From very early on, Highland holds a record for making contributions to the center through various gifts and all manner of support. But surely, the center is most grateful for those multimillion donations that keep rolling in from Dondero and his people.
And, why shouldn’t the relationship between the two institutions be an amicable one? The George W. Bush Presidential Center does a lot for all kinds of people across the board, whether they be good and law abiding every-day citizens or just good old-fashioned veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Highland Capital and the Bush Center do it all the time throughout the years, as they continue to do so. Beside the Engage at the Bush Center program, there is the “Highland Capital Lecture” that the community can look forward to enjoying.
But, the support that Highland Capital Management lends to the center is not just about dollars and cents. No. There is a good amount of leadership that goes from one to the other. That is why Dondero and Hersh are teaming up in a power play that is sure to be the cornerstone for many wise that fair decisions to come, regarding the services available to the public through the center. One program that is sure to draw a crowd is the “Constitutional Conversations: Justice Scalia’s Memorable Speeches / James Madison & Today’s Media. This is just the type of service that the Center is known for providing. In the case of the Constitutional Conversations, the admission is free. Read this article at investopedia.com.