Eric Lefkofsky Businessman and Founder of Tempus

Paul Eric Lefkofsky is the founder of Tempus, a company applying AI technology in healthcare. Tempus is helping medical experts to make decisions through unique solution sets. With the data that Tempus has, medical experts can optimize treatment. He is a well known American billionaire. Eric Lefkofsky and his college friend Brad Keywell bought a clothing company in 1993 in Madison Wisconsin. Six years later the two created an internet company that promoted products. 

In 2005, Eric Lefkofsky co-founded Echo Global Logistics, InnerWorkings which was founded in 2001, and Mediaocean. Mediaocean provides integrated procurement technology. He and his wife Liz are the founders of the Lefkofsky Family Foundation. This is a private charitable foundation led by Eric Lefkofsky and his family whose initiative is to better the lives of people in communities. The two also joined The Giving Pledge in 2013. He is also a Trustee for The Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Science Industry, and World Business. 

Successful entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky is also the chairman of the Board of Trustees of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Eric Paul is an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago. The billionaire businessman is also the author of Accelerated Disruptions. Eric Lefkofsky has been married to his wife Elizabeth since 1997 with whom they have two children. He attended and graduated from the University of Michigan. He also received his Juris Doctor at the University of Michigan. Eric Lefkofsky was born and raised in Detroit Michigan, United States.