John Sherman is an Entrepreneur from Kansas City. Sherman is currently in talks to buy baseball team Kansas City Royals from David Glass. John Sherman net worth is under review and is not available at the moment.
Sherman is an entrepreneur who has two successful businesses in Kansas City, Missouri. His first business LPG Services grew rapidly and merged with Dynegy in 1996.
Apart from that, he is the founder, former Chairman, and CEO of Inergy, L.P. and Inergy Midstream. He founded L.P. Inergy in 1996 and it became a public company in 2001. Under his leadership, the company went through a period of tremendous growth, creating a total enterprise value of nearly $5 billion prior to merging with Crestwood Holdings.
Following merging with Crestwood Holdings, it created a diverse North American energy infrastructure company with $9 billion enterprise value. Currently, Sherman serves on the boards of the combined companies Crestwood Equity Partners LP and Crestwood Midstream Partners LP. He also serves on the board of Great Plains Energy where he chairs the Compensation Committee and is a member of the Audit Committee.
In addition to that, Sherman is a well-respected voice in the Kansas City Community. He is also involved in philanthropic activities primarily on Education. He serves as a Chair of the Board of Directors for both the Civic Council of Greater Kansas City and The Truman Presidential Library Institute. Moreover, he is also on the Board of Directors of the University of Missouri- Kansas City Foundation and Teach for America Kansas City.
For his contribution and philanthropic activities, John Sherman has been awarded several honors including an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2009, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by UMKC’s Bloch School of Business and the Council for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is also the recipient of Hope Award from the National MS Society in 2012.