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Alan Wolfe Steinberg

Alan Wolfe Steinberg, American investment company executive. Recipient Chairman's award Florida Audubon Society, 1989, 93; funded named scholarship Columbia College.

Background

  • Steinberg, Alan Wolfe was born on October 26, 1927 in Brooklyn. Son of Benjamin F. and Gertrude (Wolfe) Steinberg.

  • Education

    • AB with honors and special distinction in math, Columbia University, 1947. Master of Science, Columbia University, 1950.

    Career

    • Industrial engineer United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1948—1950. Operations researcher Port New York Authority, 1950—1955. Professor engineering New York University, 1956—1963.

      President American Computing Centers, New York City, 1962—1966. Vice president, director Turner Broadcasting System Computer Centers, 1967—1976. Managing partner Alan W. Steinberg Ltd.

      Partnership, New York City and Coral Gables, since 1974.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    National advisor automation United Jewish Appeal, New York City, 1965-1975. Trustee, treasurer Florida Nature Conservancy, Altamonte Springs, 1990—2004, Chairman's Council since 2005. Board directors, treasurer Florida Audubon Society, Casselberry, 1984-1995, Defenders of Wildlife, Washington, 1985-1995, chairman board directors 1995-1998, treasurer, 2000-2008.

    1st vice president Tropical Audubon Society, South Miami, 1983-1993. Trustee Stiltsville Trust, Miami, since 2004. Fellow Fairchild Tropical Garden.

    Member Columbia College Alumni Association (board directors 1992-1993), Phi Beta Kappa.

    Personality

    Interests

    Birdwatching, boating.

    Connections

    • Married Suzanne Nichols, October 12, 1958. Children: Carol Albanese, Laura Frohman, Benjamin T.
    • father: Benjamin F. Steinberg
    • mother: Gertrude (Wolfe) Steinberg
    • spouse: Suzanne Nichols
    • children: Carol Albanese Steinberg
    • Laura Frohman Steinberg
    • Benjamin T. Steinberg
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    Born October 26, 1927
    Nationality
    • 1947
      Columbia University
    • 1950
      Columbia University
    • 1948 - 1950
      Industrial engineer, United States Department of Agriculture
      Washington, United States
    • 1950 - 1955
      operations researcher, Port New York Authority
    • 1956 - 1963
      professor, engineering New York University
    • 1962 - 1966
      president, American Computing Centers
    • 1967 - 1976
      vice president, TBS Computer Centers
    • 1967 - 1976
      director, TBS Computer Centers
    • 1974
      managing partner, Alan W. Steinberg Limited Partnership
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