Neil Bush

Chairman, Board of Directors

Points of Light

Neil Bush is an international businessman who is active in service. He serves as chair of the Points of Light board of directors, where Neil expands the vision launched by his father highlighting the critical importance of volunteers to the success of individual lives and the life of our country.

Neil is a director of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M and serves on the board of the Houston Salvation Army. Neil and his wife, Maria, are co-chairs of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, dedicated to increasing literacy rates for Houstonians of all ages. Neil is member of the Houston Rotary.

In his professional life, Neil develops international business opportunities. He is chair of Singhaiyi, a Singapore company investing in U.S. real estate, and director of Hong Kong’s Hoifu Energy, which has a diverse line of energy businesses. Neil is a director of American Pacific International Capital, Inc., an international investment holding company. Neil is a member of the Board of the Asia Society Texas Center in Houston. Neil is chair of the Bush China US Relations Conference, which convenes American and Chinese leaders to cooperate on issues of global importance.

Neil and Maria have six wonderful children and they are proud that the family passion for service has passed on to the next generation. Neil’s daughter, Lauren Bush Lauren, is founder and CEO of FEED Projects, a nonprofit that has provided over 85 million meals to be served in schools in Africa on behalf of the UN World Food Programme. His son, Pierce Bush, mentors an inner-city youngster and serves as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star.

Neil earned an MBA and a BA in international economics from Tulane University.

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The opening plenary at Conference was very relevant and deeply motivating. I feel the speakers had such a personal and emotional investment in their causes that truly resonated with attendees.

— 2016 Detroit Attendee

I walked away inspired, rejuvenated, and thankful for a wonderful experience. Thank you to Points of Light and the amazing volunteers for all of the hard work to make this happen and possible. I truly had a great time connecting with leaders from around the world.

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