Lord Nathaniel Charles Jacob Rothschild
Lord Nathaniel Charles Jacob Rothschild was born into the English branch of the Rothschild Family in 1936. The son of Victor, the third Lord Rothschild, he was designated by his cousin, Dorothy de Rothschild as the heir to Waddesdon Estate in Buckinghamshire and as Chairman of Yad Hanadiv "the Rothschild Foundation".
Lord Rothschild (Jacob) is best known to the public for his support of art and heritage institutions in England, among them the National Gallery and the National Trust. He chairs the family charitable trust that oversees the running of Waddesdon Manor, bequeathed to the United Kingdom’s National Trust by James de Rothschild in 1957. Since 1989 he has chaired Yad Hanadiv – a philanthropic foundation dedicated to creating resources for advancing Israel as a vibrant, democratic society, committed to Jewish values and equal opportunity for all its inhabitants.