Born in 1932. American businesswoman and philanthropist Doris Fisher has an estimated net worth of $3.1 billion. She is the child of Dorothy Bamberger of New York and B. Joseph Feigenbaum and the co-founder of The Gap clothing stores, a firm selling jeans and music. Fisher served as the merchandiser of the company until 2003 and called time on her serving on the board in 2009. As a philanthropist she is one of the founding members of the KIPP Foundation, which backs public charter schools. Meanwhile, she is also a renowned art collector with 1100 works by 185 artists, and was ranked #3 on Forbes’ inaugural list of self-made women in America. Doris Fisher is married to Don Fisher, who was a long-serving member of San Francisco-based Congregation Emanu-El, and the couple have three children named Robert J. Fisher, William S. Fisher, and John J. Fisher.