302. John Fisher
$2.7 billion self-made score: @ source: GAP age: 56 residence: san francisco m.b.a., stanford ’89 Doris and her late husband Don (d. 2009) founded Gap in 1969 when he was unable to find jeans that fit. Doris, who served as the retailer’s merchandiser for years, left Gap’s board the year Don died but retains a 6% stake. Her 3 children are billionaires, but John is the only one on The Forbes 400, thanks to his stake in Gap and majority ownership of the Oakland A’s baseball team. The Fishers are big supporters of the KIPP Foundation, which trains teachers for the KIPP Public Charter School Network.