Foundations, foundations, foundations.

They can’t resist.

The Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation is based in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It was established in 2000 by New York financier, science philanthropist, and convicted sex offender[4][5] Jeffrey Epstein, the Chairman and CEO of a New York investment firm called the Financial Trust Co.[6] Officially registered as J. Epstein VI Foundation, the "VI" stands for Virgin Islands, where Epstein owns a private island called Little Saint James near St. Thomas. The foundation's board includes Cecile de Jongh, the wife of the Governor of the islands, John de Jongh.

In addition to supporting science and education, Epstein has sat on the board of the Mind, Brain and Behavior Committee at Harvard University. He was also actively involved in the Santa Fe Institute, the Theoretical Biology Initiative at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and the Quantum Gravity Program at the University of Pennsylvania.[7] Epstein is also well acquainted with Harvard's ex-president Larry Summers—the two served together on the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations.[1]. Epstein also donated funding for the establishment of the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics (PED), in 2003. This program is directed by Martin Nowak, a professor of mathematics and biology.[8].

The Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation supports many other areas of science research, including neuroscience, signal cell intelligence, cancer research, and other diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Crohn’s and Colitis disease.[2][9]

More recently, the Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation has backed research in Hong Kong and Berlin in the field of artificial intelligence: notably efforts to map and better identify the workings of the human brain.[10][11]