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Doris F Fisher

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Residence  San Francisco
Known for  Co-founder of The Gap
Net worth  3.1 billion USD (2015)
Occupation  Retired
Role  Businesswoman

Ethnicity  Jewish
Name  Doris Fisher
Nationality  American
Religion  Judaism
Parents  Dorothy Bamberger
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Full Name  Doris Feigenbaum
Spouse  Donald Fisher (m. 1953–2009)
Education  Stanford University (1953)
Children  Robert J. Fisher, John J. Fisher, William S. Fisher
Similar People  Donald Fisher, Robert J Fisher, John J Fisher, William S Fisher, Meg Whitman

Doris F. Fisher (née Feigenbaum; born 1931) is an American businesswoman who co-founded The Gap clothing stores with her late husband, Donald Fisher in 1969.


Born Doris Feigenbaum in 1931, she is the daughter of Dorothy Bamberger of New York and B. Joseph Feigenbaum. She had two siblings: Ann F. Rossi and Joseph L. Feigenbaum. She was married to Don Fisher and was a long-time member of Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco. Their three sons – Robert J. Fisher, William S. Fisher, and John J. Fisher – continue to manage the business.

Fisher is a noted art devotee. She loaned the collection she and her husband spent their lives collecting, which consists of 1,100 works by 185 artists, including Andy Warhol, Ellsworth Kelly, and Richard Serra, to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, which, with her support, is now the largest modern art museum in the U.S.

She has been named as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes Magazine.


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