Peter Buffett, a philanthropist, author, businessman and musician, will partner with United Way of Greater Atlanta to present “A Concert & Conversation with Peter Buffett.” The evening will include a live musical performance and discussion around his personal philanthropic journey.
As the youngest son of notable investor Warren Buffett, Peter has made a unique name for himself as an Emmy Award winning musician and composer. He has released 16 records, composed numerous musical productions and is most known for his instrumental recordings.
Buffett is also the co-president of NoVo Foundation and co-chair of its Board of Directors. The Foundation seeks to empower girls by transforming a world of domination and exploitation to one of equality and unity. With his wife, Jennifer, he supports NoVo’s vision, strategic mission and program development advancing adolescent girls’ rights.
Buffett speaks with charitable givers all over the world about what it takes to truly transform communities. His “Concert & Conversation” series has a clear message: we must come together around shared values, bridging divides to tackle the vital work of building stronger communities and enabling all its members to reach their potential.
“Peter’s philanthropic values directly aligns with core ideals of United Way’s Child Well-Being campaign,” says Milton J. Little, Jr., CEO of United Way of Greater Atlanta. “Our campaign empowers all children in the Atlanta community to have the confidence and opportunities to reach their full potential. Peter’s new thinking and energy around community solutions will encourage more people to engage in lasting change.”
“A Concert & Conversation with Peter Buffett” will take place on Thursday, October 18 at 7pm at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center. The event combines live music, narrative insights and audience participation on topics related to human rights, civil rights and individual legacy-building.