Where is Abigail Koppel, the wife of Les Wexner, now?
Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons on Hulu is a three-part documentary series that sheds light on a lingerie company unlike any other. It is both bizarrely compelling and utterly amazing. That’s because it looks at Leslie “Les” Wexner, who was the driving force behind the company’s unquestionable international success (and eventual failure), in addition to the history of the business itself. Every aspect is discussed in this article, from his dubious relationship with Jeffrey Epstein to purported sexuality allegations to his long-lasting marriage to Abigail Wexner (née Koppel).
Although it’s unknown how Les and his partner actually met, we do know they have a link to Israel because to his generosity and the fact that her father established the first El Al Israel Airlines ticket office in New York. Thus, on January 23, 1993, the pair got married in his own state of Ohio. Abigail was 31 and her successful new husband was 55; neither of them had previously been wed. Having said that, she was rather successful in her own way given that she earned degrees from New York University and Barnard College of Columbia University before beginning her legal career in 1987.
Abigail is most known for launching the abuse or exploitation prevention Columbus Coalition Against Violence in 1998, as well as for standing by Les through thick and thin. It should therefore come as no surprise that numerous organizations have praised her work in philanthropy over the years, but it seems like she and Lex are genuinely most proud of their four children and family. Therefore, if you want to know more about the wife of a millionaire and the highest paid humanitarian, don’t worry; we have the information you need.
What has happened to Abigail Koppel Wexner?
According to reports, Abigail is a totally committed community volunteer whose only goal is to raise overall living standards while putting a special emphasis on children’s difficulties across the country. She also serves on the boards of numerous organizations in addition to her role as CEO of a private investment firm called Whitebarn Associates. These organizations include Pelotonia, Ohio State University, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Columbus Downtown Development Corporation, and the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard University.
Additionally, there are the boards of the US Equestrian Team Foundation, Wexner Center Foundation, Wexner Foundation, and Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. KIPP Columbus (public schools) was founded by Abigail, who is also its vice chair of the board. She also founded and serves as the board chair of The Center for Family Safety and Healing.
Because Beezie Madden, an Olympic-level equestrian, and Abigail have “collaborated on generating medals at Olympic and World Equestrian Games, and have given their team with a series of world-class horses,” according to HorseSport, Abigail is also a passionate horserider and equestrian aficionado. Regarding her current whereabouts, she is said to still live in New Albany with her husband of almost three decades, close to their four adult children, Sarah, Harry, Hannah, and David Wexner. In Jeffrey Epstein’s case, neither Abigail nor Les have been formally implicated in any crime.