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Christopher Brown Leinberger

Christopher Brown Leinberger, American urban development consultant, writer. Fellow National Science Foundation, 1971, National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1972, Coro Foundation, 1972-1973. Board directors Swarthmore (Pennsylvania) College, College.of Santa Fe, Realen Homes, Philadelphia, Avalon Properties. Member Urban Land Institute (council member since 1984).

Background

  • Leinberger, Christopher Brown was born on January 2, 1951 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Son of Frederick Arthur and Helen (Brown) Leinberger.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Urban Sociology, Swarthmore College, 1972. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1976.

    Career

    • Assistant to president Allegany Rehabilitation Associates Food Services, Inc., Philadelphia, 1973-1974, 76-77. Director concept development Saga Corporation, Menlo Park, California, 1977-1979. Executive vice president Robert Charles Lesser & Company, Beverly Hills, 1979-1982, managing director, co-owner, since 1982.

      Board directors Avalon Properties.

    Works

    • Author: Strategic Planning for Real Estate companies: contributor articles to profl journals and national print media including The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic Monthly, The Nation, Chicago Tribune.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Board directors Swarthmore (Pennsylvania) College, College.of Santa Fe, Realen Homes, Philadelphia, Avalon Properties. Member Urban Land Institute (council member since 1984).

    Connections

    • Children: Christopher Brown, Rebecca.
    • father: Frederick Arthur Leinberger
    • mother: Helen (Brown) Leinberger
    • children: Christopher Brown Leinberger
    • Rebecca Leinberger
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    Born January 2, 1951
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1972
      Swarthmore College
    • 1976
      Harvard University
    • 1973 - 1974
      Assistant, to president Allegany Rehabilitation Associates Food Services
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 1977 - 1979
      director, concept development Saga Corporation
      Menlo Park, Gauteng, South Africa
    • 1979 - 1982
      executive, vice president Robert Charles Lesser & Company
      Beverly Hills, California, United States