wick groesbeck grew up in Weston, Massachusetts, where his father took him to Fenway Park and Boston Garden as a child. He also has two kids with his first wife Corinne, Kelsey and Campbell.
He attended Noble and Greenough School and Princeton University, where he was on the rowing team. He later earned a law degree at the University of Michigan and an MBA from Stanford Business School.
Early Life and Education
Grousbeck grew up in Weston, Massachusetts where his father Irving “Irv” would take the entire family to Fenway Park and Boston Garden for sports games. This instilled in Grousbeck a love for sports that he still has today as co-owner of the Boston Celtics.
After attending Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Grousbeck went to Princeton University where he played on the rowing team while studying history. He then enrolled at the University of Michigan for law school and later Stanford Business School for an MBA.
Grousbeck has two children with his ex-wife, Kelsey and Campbell. He has an extensive list of charitable foundations that he is involved with including the Celtics Shamrock Foundation, Boys and Girls Club of Boston, National Braille Press, Horizons for Homeless Children, and USA Rowing. He has also been heavily invested in blindness related research and education, including founding a genetic therapy gene editing project targeted at CEP-290 related blindness.
After graduating from Noble and Greenough School, Grousbeck attended Princeton University and was a member of the college’s rowing team. He went on to earn a degree in history and then completed his law degree at the University of Michigan and MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, ESPN reports.
He and his father co-founded Continental Cablevision in 1963, which grew to become one of the largest cable systems operators in the United States, according to the company’s website. Grousbeck is also a director of several other companies, including Causeway Media Partners, Omaze, Inc., and Cincoro Tequila.
In addition to his professional work, Grousbeck is a passionate sports fan and has two children with his ex-wife Corinne, Kelsey and Campbell. The latter has Leber congenital amaurosis, which is a genetic blindness that typically causes severe visual impairment in early childhood, Seeker reports.
As a child, his father Irving Grousbeck took him and his siblings to Fenway Park and Boston Garden, which instilled in him a love for sports. He and his mother Sukey also enjoy watching the Celtics play.
After graduating from Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Massachusetts, he went on to Princeton University, where he was on the undefeated lightweight crew team that won the Ivy League and national rowing championship. He earned a B.A. in history, a law degree from the University of Michigan, and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
In 2013, he founded Causeway Media Partners, a private equity partnership that manages over $340 million and invests in sports technology and media companies like Omaze, Zwift, Freeletics, FloSports, and SeatGeek. He is also a board member of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation and Mass Eye and Ear Infirmary, and a founder of Cincoro Tequila.
American Entrepreneur Wyc Grousbeck has a net worth of $400 million, and he earned it by being co-owner of the NBA’s Boston Celtics. He has also been involved with philanthropic work and has helped various causes including Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. He has also been a part of several business ventures including Causeway Media Partners.
Besides that, he has invested in many other startups like Omaze, Inc., Zwift, Freeletics, SeatGeek, and others. He has also worked as a managing director of Highland Capital Partners.
The entrepreneur has two children with his wife Corinne. He and Emilia Fazzalari are also the co-founders of Cincoro Tequila. The couple is currently living in the United States and enjoys spending time with their family. They both love to travel and are very fond of sports.