Served as President from 1985 to 2000, grew the company from a $10M to a multi-billion dollar enterprise in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Started Sager Family Traveling Foundation and Roadshow (SFF) and launched first initiative building three schools in Nepal.
Launched Science for Monks project with His Holiness the Dalai Lama introducing science in monastic studies for first time in 1,500 year history of Tibetan Buddhism.
Became a Founding Chairman of the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) Peace Action Network (PAN).
Became Founding Moderator of YPO Middle East Forum bringing together Israeli, Palestinian, and Arab members.
Funded building of Medical Training Center in the Ministry of Health in Kabul, Afghanistan. Focused on training female doctors to be master trainers to train woman who are community healthcare workers.
Launched Sager Ganza microlending program in Rwanda, doing reconsiliation by helping woman who were widows of the genocide start businesses due to their spouses being in prison participating in the genocide.
Received the first ever YPO Global Humanitarian Award.
Became Founding Moderator of YPO India/Pakistan Forum bringing together Indian and Pakistani members.
Founded YPO's Presidents' Action Net, a collaborative effort for YPO members to maximize their philanthropic impact.
Funded building of Teacher Training Center in Northwestern Frontier Province of Pakistan.
Executive Produced "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints" film on life of musician Dito Montiel that won Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize and Venice Film Festival Critics Week Prize.
Named Honorary Consul General of Nepal for U.S.
Launched Hands Up Not Handouts entrepreneurship program in Rwanda and Palestine giving female handicraft artisans access to global markets.
Named Honorary Consul General of Rwanda for U.S.
Launched Sager Science Leadership Program, a teacher training initiative for Tibetan Monks and Nuns, at Library of Tibetan Works & Archive in Dharamshala, India.
The Power of the Invisible Sun photographs of children from conflict zones seen by over 4M people as part of The Police's worldwide reunion tour.
Along with Sting and his family, funded the building of a school in Lo Manthang, the ancient 700-year-old walled city in Mustang, Nepal which is a ten days' walk from the end of the closest road.
Launched Hope is a Game Changer initiative that makes indestructible balls and provides them to organizations that teaches soccer to promote life skills.
Delivered keynote speech on philanthropy and humanitarian efforts at Sydney Opera House.
Delivered keynote speech on philanthropy and humanitarian efforts at UN General Assembly Hall in New York.
Published The Power of the Invisible Sun (book launch at Donna Karan, NYC, and Saatchi Gallery, London) that was featured in NBC's The Today Show, ABC Evening News, and recommended by UNICEF News, and chosen as a specially recommended book by UNICEF).
Inspired NBC 8-part primetime television show "The Philanthropist".
Chairman of the Board for eight years.
Co-funded reconstruction of Tigers Nest Temple (also known as Taktsang), an ancient Buddhist temple outside of Paro in Kingdom of Bhutan.
Published Beyond the Robe (launched with His Holiness the Dalai Lama) featuring photographs and essays on first decade of Science for Monks program (Powerhouse Books).
Received YPO's Hickok Distinguished Service Award recognizing a member whose commitment and service exemplify legacy of YPO founder Ray Hickok.
Sager and the Celtics funded the making of a statue for Bill Russell in an outdoor classroom.
Funded building of first Science Center for Tibetan monks at Sera Monastery in Bylakuppe, India.
Received Honorary PhD from Babson College and delivered commencement keynote speech.
Delivered TEDx Talk in Budapest titled, “Be Selfish, Go Help Someone”.
Expanded Science for Monks Program to Bhutan and Nepal.
Spoke at Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy about "One Rock Three Religions".
Began a science program dedicated to Tibetan nuns.
Photographs from the Invisible Sun book featured in Sting and Peter Gabriel’s worldwide tour.
Published Untouched Octaves: Reflections on Life, Love, and Society, a poetry book with Sager photographs and co-authored with Pakistani poet Amin Hashwani (Liberty Books).
Sager Ganza micro-loan program hits 10,000 accounts.
Published Invisible Sun: The Power of Hope Through the Eyes of Children.
Invisible Sun book launch and visual installation at the Glasshouse in New York.
Invisible Sun installation at Factory Berlin to commemorate 30th anniversary of fall of Berlin Wall during World Frontiers Forum.
Invisible Sun book launch in Venice, Los Angeles.
Invisible Sun visual installation in Tallinn, Estonia.
Invisible Sun visual installation in Tartu, Estonia.
Virtual Invisible Sun installation to commemorate the United Nations High Commission for Refugees 70th Anniversary.