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Arthur J. Samberg
Arthur J. Samberg ’67
Manager, Hawkes Financial Services LLC , New York Co-chair, Board of Overseers
Art Samberg is the manager of Hawkes Financial Services LLC and a member of Acadia Woods Partners, LLC, which are family entities involved in the financial industry with an emphasis on technology-based venture capital. He is a member of the board and executive committee of Tri Alpha Energy, Inc., and chairman of the board of JetSuite, LLC.
Mr. Samberg holds an SB from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he is a life member of the MIT Corporation and a member of the MIT executive committee. For five years he served as chairman of the MIT Investment Management Company and currently sits on the advisory board of the MIT Energy Initiative. Mr. Samberg earned an MS from Stanford University and an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he is co-chair of the Board of Overseers.
Mr. Samberg also serves on the board of trustees and the executive and investment committees of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and on the board of directors of Historic Hudson Valley and Jazz at Lincoln Center. He is chairman emeritus of the Jacob Burns Film Center.
His other philanthropic affiliations include the board of College Summit, the national board of directors of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the board of overseers at the Children’s Hospital of New York. He also served as senior chair of the Wall Street and Financial Services Division of UJA.
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