Todd B. Richter: A Generous Alumnus Celebrated by Higher Learning Institutions

Todd Richter

Decades may have passed since Todd B. Richter completed his undergraduate and graduate studies, but the leadership at both of his alma maters continues to shower him with heartfelt admiration and appreciation for his contributions.

A 1979 graduate of the College of William & Mary in Virginia, where he was an active member of the golf team, Todd B. Richter furthered his education by earning an MBA in finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 1981. Representatives from both of these prestigious institutions have shared their thoughts on Richter’s profound impact on students, both past and present, and his extraordinary generosity in gifting each college with a substantial $5 million estate commitment.

Dean Daniel C. Smith from the Kelley School expressed, “Todd B. Richter, through his extraordinary generosity and unwavering support, embodies the values that the Kelley School holds dear.” Rick Dupree, the school’s Executive Director of Development, concurred, highlighting Richter as a “dedicated alumnus” and emphasizing that “Todd is one of the Kelley School’s most astute and thoughtful benefactors.”

Terry Driscoll, the Director of Athletics at the College of William & Mary, added his voice to the chorus of praise, noting that Richter’s generous gift represents “an extraordinary commitment from a former student-athlete who fully understands the life-shaping experiences that participation in intercollegiate athletics at the College of William & Mary offers to our student-athletes.”

Todd B. Richter’s enduring legacy of impact and philanthropy continues to shape the lives of students and enrich the educational institutions that played a pivotal role in his remarkable journey to success.