Currently alive, at 75 years of age.
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Lewis M. Eisenberg –
Was a partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. Lewis Eisenberg has a long history in the financial industry and American politics. Lewis has made important contributions to the American economy as an entrepreneur, as well as through his civic leadership as Chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and various other appointments. Lewis is most notable for his leadership as Chairmen of the Port Authority of NY/NJ during the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center – Twin Towers.
1966 – 1989 – Goldman Sachs, General Partner
1990 – Present – Granite Capital International Group, Founding Partner
1994 – 2002 – Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
2009 – Present – KKR, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co, Senior Advisor
1964 – Dartmouth College, BA
1966 – Cornell University, MBA
2001 – Monmouth University, Honorary Doctor of Law
2002 – Rabbinical College of America, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
1994, Appointed by Governor Christine Todd Whitman to Chair the New Jersey Commission on Privatization and Competitive Contracting.
1995 – 2002, Appointed by Governor Christine Todd Whitman as Chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
2001, Appointed by Governor George Pataki to the Board of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
2001, Appointed by Governor George Pataki Chair of the Victims Families and Transportation Advisory Council
2000, 2004 NJ State Chairman Bush for President Campaign
2002, 2004 RNC, Chairman Finance Committee
2004 Republican National Convention, Co-Chairman Host Committee
2008 John McCain for President, National Co-Chairman
2008 McCain Victory, National Finance Chairman
2008 McCain/Palin Victory, National Finance Chairman