Thomas Weisel is featured in the book Second Wind: The Rise of the Ageless Athlete in the Chapter 2, The Comeback. Introduced as “Thomas Weisel: Master of the Universe” read more
Written in 2003, Capital Instincts: Life As an Entrepreneur, Financier, and Athlete follows Thom Weisel’s journey from talented youth athlete in Milwaukee to his position “as one of the most influential investment bankers of our time.” read more
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SFMOMA to Reopen
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will reopen on May 14, 2016 after being closed for three years while a new space was created to house 4,000 new works in 460,000 square feet. The new museum has seven floors, and the fourth floor alone is bigger than all five floors of the previous SFMOMA building.
Marin: “Lines on the Horizon” June 2014
According to Marin, when Thom Weisel first became interested in art, it wasn’t the Native American art that would later define his philanthropic career that drew his interest: it was contemporary art, all bold colors and shapes. But over time as he began to see similarities between contemporary art and the works of Native Americans, Weisel began collecting works from the Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi nations. “Lines on the Horizon,” published by Marin in 2014, details Weisel’s fascination with art, highlights stunning pieces from his collection, and praises his generous donations to the de Young Museum.
SFGate: “Thomas Weisel: high-finance banker, high-quality art collector”
SFGate’s feature on Thomas Weisel starts with the fact that, when he started working in Silicon Valley, Intel was “still an idea and Sand Hill Road was more orchards than offices.” It goes on to focus closely on his time outside of the office as well as in it, including his various hobbies, and shares some history of Weisel’s long career in finance.
UCSF Department of Medicine: “All in the Family: Sharing Information, Saving Lives
UCSF’s 2013 feature draws on Thomas Weisel’s committed support to eradicating a type of gastro-intestinal cancer called Lynch syndrome. Thom Weisel works closely with gastroenterologist Jonathan Terdiman, MD, founder of the Hereditary Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Prevention Program. The article discusses Terdiman and Weisel’s professional relationship and focuses on the work they have done together.