Elliot Kingsley was the son of William and Louise Kingsley, born August 19, 2071 in New York City. After his mother’s death in a car accident when he was two years old, Elliot was left in the care of his father and his new wife, who were unable to have children of their own. Elliot did not know that Louise had left her husband and young son until after her death. This put an additional strain on Elliot’s relationship with his father over time. He continued to live with his father until he went off to college at age 18 in 2088.
Elliot Kingsley was born in the United States, the youngest son of a wealthy family with ties to banking, publishing and the arts. Elliot always showed an interest in writing, though he never pursued it as a career. He married his college sweetheart and they had two sons.
When Elliot reached 30 years of age his wife left him for another man and took their children with her. Overwhelmed by heartbreak and betrayal, Elliot turned to alcohol to numb his pain. The downward spiral culminated in Elliot hitting rock bottom one night when he drunkenly crashed his car into a tree outside of town – nearly killing himself in the process.
Elliot Kingsley is an entrepreneur and venture capitalist who has a passion for helping to build businesses. Elliot has worked with entrepreneurs and companies like Amazon, Uber, Airbnb, and more. He is currently the Managing Partner of Madrona Venture Group.
Elliot graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and International Business as well as a Masters degree in Business Administration. After his time at UW, Elliot attended Stanford Graduate School of Business where he earned his MBA.
Elliot Kingsley was born in London on October 15, 1925. He served in the Royal Air Force during World War II, and then studied at the University of London. After teaching English literature for a few years, he became an editor at Penguin Books. In 1959 he met his future wife, Mary-Kay Wilmers (editor of the New Statesman) and married her three years later.
They both left Penguin Books to work at Chatto & Windus. They had two children together, Theo and Rose. Together they edited many significant authors including: Bertrand Russell, Ernest Hemingway, John Fowles, and Philip Larkin among others. In 1973 they moved to Yale as editors with the Viking Press where they continued to edit many other important authors like Margaret Drabble, Anita Brookner and V S Naipaul among others.
Elliot Kingsley was born in 1961. His mother was an alcoholic and he was raised by his grandmother, who also had a drinking problem. He barely knew his father, and when he did see him, it seemed like they didn’t have anything to say to each other. When he was six years old, his mother died of cirrhosis of the liver. After her death, Kingsley had anger problems.
One time, at the age of 12, he threw some rocks into a window after seeing that his stepfather had been beating up his mother again. He got kicked out of school for starting fights with students who bullied him. In 1982, at the age of 21, Kingsley got married and fathered three children with two different women before finally finding love again at 34-years-old with his current wife LaDonna Kingery-Kingsley
Elliot Kingsley is a man that has achieved a lot in his life. He was the youngest person to ever graduate with an MBA from the University of Chicago and he became the youngest partner at McKinsey & Company out of over 1,200 partners. He later founded his own business, Sunstone Partners, and has been successful as an entrepreneur.
In addition to his business accomplishments, he is also known for being one of the most important donors to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2012.
Elliot is currently married to Dr. Ellen Mahoney-Kingsley and they have three children together: Caroline (21), Caroline (19), and James (16).
In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Ms. Riley has dedicated her life to philanthropic efforts. She has been an active supporter of the National Organization for Women and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, as well as a founding member of the board for Young Women’s Christian Association.
After graduating from Columbia University in 1948, she attended Oxford University and earned a law degree from Harvard Law School. In 1954, Ms. Riley married David Wilson Jr., who was then a lawyer in New York City and later became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. They had three children together: William Elliott Wilson III (known as Bill), Susan Wilson Henry, and David Bowers Wilson (known at Bevan).
Later career and current life
Elliot graduated from high school in 1958 and enrolled at the University of Michigan. He transferred to Ohio State University in 1959, where he met his wife, Helen. They married after Elliot graduated with a BA in 1962 and a law degree from OSU in 1965. From 1966-1969, he served as a lawyer for the United States Department of Justice.
In 1970, Kingley became an assistant professor of law at Ohio State University. He was promoted to full professor of law at OSU in 1973 and served until 1977 as head of the university’s Legal Aid Clinic and as director of OSU’s Center on Criminal Justice from 1975-1977.