Anthony Welters rose from a hard-knock life in Harlem to business success -- building up a $38 billion HMO -- and philanthropy. And earlier this month he became chairman of the board of trustees at his alma mater, New York University School of Law. Welters discusses the people from his childhood who inspired him and how he defines success: "If you can say you helped give someone an opportunity, that's what it's all about ... If they succeed ... they bring a whole generation forward."
A Conversation With NYU Law's New Board Chair
New York Law Journal
October 15, 2008