The Spirit of Anne Frank Awards

The Amy and Tony Polak
2007 Distinguished Advocate Award

SETH GLICKENHAUS has devoted his entire career to all aspects of the investment business that support the management of client portfolios. He began his career as a stock and bond specialist with Salomon Brothers. Prior to serving with the U.S. Mountain Troops during World War II, he founded the predecessor organization to Glickenhaus & Co. He received a B.A. in Economics, cum laude, from Harvard University, an LL.B from New York University's School of Law and was admitted to the Bar of the State of New York. He is married to Sarah and the father of two children and grandfather of four.

Although Seth is best known for his successful career in finance, he is involved with numerous organizations and serves as a board member of The Museum of Arts & Design, The Rockefeller University Council, The Renaissance Project and the Center for Defense Information. A noted philanthropist, some of the many causes he supports include: medical research, help for the homeless, family and children’s services, educational institutions and the arts.



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