Joseph H. Reich

Co-Founder at New York City Charter School Center

Joseph H. Reich

Joseph H. Reich

Co-Founder at New York City Charter School Center

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Centennial Associates, Inc.
Centennial Energy Partners LP
Reich & Tang, Inc.

RelSci Relationships

1039

Number of Boards

14

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President at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center

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Vice Chairman & Board Member at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center

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Chief Executive Officer at The Related Companies, Inc.

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Vice Chairman & Board Member at Continuum Hospice Care

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Founder at Blitman Building Corporation

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President at Gotham Organization, Inc.

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Trustee at ICD-Institute for Career Development

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Member, Board of Trustees at Continuum Health Partners, Inc.

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Founder at MetaCure (USA), Inc.

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Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc.

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Joseph H. Reich
Co-Founder at New York City Charter School Center
Career History
Founder
1970 - Prior
Co-Founder
2004 - Prior

THE CHARTER CENTER SUPPORTS THE GROWTH AND SUCCESS OF HIGH QUALITY CHARTER SCHOOLS.

Co-Founder
1994 - Prior

The Foundation for Educating Children with Autism was founded in 1994 by a group of eight families who came together with the singular purpose of starting a school for children with autism. No school, providing the most proven effective therapy based on the principals of applied behavior analysis, existed in the Westchester area and parents had been informed by their school districts that this intensive one- to-one therapy would not be possible in the public school system. After two years of effort during which staff to run the school had been hired, a building located, curriculum purchased and the potential student population exponentially growing, FECA hit what seemed like an insurmountable roadblock; the state's refusal to grant a charter authorizing the right for the school to open. Though a private school alternative was possible it was resoundingly rejected on the grounds that the school should be open to all regardless of economic ability which required direct referrals from individual school districts. The intrepid families were not to be denied, however. A chance meeting resulted in FECA's introduction to the director of Devereux New York, a residential program serving the developmentally disabled. Through the resulting partnership between FECA and Devereux, the Devereux Millwood Learning Center proudly opened its' doors in the summer of 1996 to twelve children. FECA maintained its commitment to the partnership over the past 17 years, raising funds through annual events in Westchester and New York substantially augmenting staffing, building a playground, a computer lab and kitchen, purchasing eight vans to date for community integration activities and generally supporting enhancements to the program.

Boards & Committees
Director
Current

The New York City Investment Fund is a private fund with a civic mission. The Fund has built a network of top experts from the investment and corporate communities who help identify and support New York City’s most promising entrepreneurs in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.

Honorary Member, Board of Directors
Current

The key criterion for investment is that the venture is likely to generate benefits for New York City and its communities. Priorities include job creation, revitalization of distressed areas and innovative ideas or products that position New York at the cutting edge of growth sector industries.NYFM invests in technology or Internet companies, but only alongside an experienced lead venture capital investor. They do not make grants, but will provide below market financing for not-for-profit projects that advance their mission. They do not make long-term real estate investments nor invest in real estate for housing. They will provide short-term real estate financing for projects that have a significant impact in terms of permanent job creation, new business development or revitalization of a community.NYFM provides subordinated debt to leverage other private capital or to maintain maximum ownership for management of minority-owned companies. When investing in a venture capital deal, returns are expected to equal those of other at-risk parties.About one third of the fund's assets are owned by a limited liability company, with investors who have effectively made an interest free, unsecured loan to the fund for a period of fifteen years. Another third of the assets are held by the Civic Capital Corp., a public charity established to administer tax exempt contributions that have been donated to the fund. These investments are restricted to investment in eligible charitable activities such as economic development. The balance of assets is held by the New York Small Business Venture Fund I and II.

Chairman, Board of Directors
Prior - 1989
Trustee
Current

Continuum Health Partners, Inc. was formed as a partnership of the Beth Israel Medical Center and St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. The entity served as a parent corporation while the two hospital centers continued as separate business entities with their own constituent hospital campuses. Continuum hospitals delivered inpatient care through nearly 3,100 certified beds located in seven major facilities in Manhattan and Brooklyn, while providing outpatient care in private practice settings and ambulatory centers. Continuum treated patients in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Westchester County.

Trustee
Prior

The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research (renamed in 1981 from the International Center for Economic Policy Studies) is an American think tank established in New York City in 1978 by Antony Fisher and William J. Casey.

Board Member
Prior

University Hospital of Brooklyn at Long Island College Hospital is a 506-bed, teaching hospital located in the Brooklyn Heights/Cobble Hill neighborhood. Founded in 1858 as a medical school as well as a hospital, Long Island College Hospital has made exceptional contributions to U.S. medicine. In 1860, it became the first U.S. medical school to make bedside teaching a standard part of its medical curriculum, establishing an approach that was subsequently adopted throughout the country. Medical achievements of early LICH faculty include introduction of the stethoscope and early use of anesthesia. In 1930, the Long Island College of Medicine was incorporated as a separate medical school, with LICH as its hospital affiliate, and the College of Medicine became part of SUNY in 1954. Today, Long Island College Hospital prides itself on combining the best features of a major medical center with the personal, caring approach of a community-centered hospital.

Political Donations
$9,500
2007

Senator from the 14th District at New York State Senate

$2,100
2006

Former Managing Director & Senior Client Relationship Manager at Morgan Stanley

Investments
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VN Capital Management manages a conservative long/short equity hedge fund that invests in small- to mid-cap US equities using a value-oriented investment approach. The firm employs limited, selective shorting of stocks. They search for short candidates among stocks that receive wide exposure to the investment community through research coverage or that are the beneficiaries of publicity due to favored economic trends or investment themes. VN Capital Management takes short positions where the fundamentals of a company do not justify its market valuation by a substantial margin. Though not limited by sector, the firm tends to invest in the stocks of US small-cap companies in the producer manufacturing and consumer durables sectors. VN Capital Management has been known to engage in shareholder activism investment strategies.

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The New York City Investment Fund is a private fund with a civic mission. The Fund has built a network of top experts from the investment and corporate communities who help identify and support New York City’s most promising entrepreneurs in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.

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