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Michael TS Lindenmayer (Advisory Board)
 

As Co-Creator and Managing Partner of Eirėne (www.eirene.com), Michael TS Lindenmayer is building highly scalable purpose driven ventures by deploying visionary capital through a tribe of family stewards in order to create a more peaceful and prosperous world. Michael is combining entrepreneurship and philanthropy to drive radical change in the fields of education, sanitation, and aging. Prior to creating Eirėne, Michael commenced his professional life in finance. He worked for Morgan Stanley in their institutional equities group in New York and London. He also worked in the strategy group at Charles Schwab.

After his financial service experience, Michael established himself as an entrepreneur. He collaborated with other family offices in developing and expanding a portfolio of wellness centers, real estate and social ventures in Europe, Africa and Latin America. He was an early adopter of the Grameen Bank and Room to Read, where his efforts established a network of over 7000 volunteers across 56 cities worldwide and built over 12000 libraries and reached over 6.6 million children.

He is the founder and chairman of the Caregiver Relief Fund (www.cgrelief.org ). He is the co-chair for Eirėne’s Center for Purpose. He sits on the advisory board of the Stan Lee Foundation, World Blu (www.worldblu.com ) and the Family Business Network. Michael is a frequent speaker, lecturer and radio co-host.

He has presented at University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Loyola and INSEAD. He has been featured in the New York Times and the Huffington Post. Michael holds a B.A. cum laude from Kalamazoo College.

Michael completed academic research for Professor James P Womack during his tenure at the MIT Sloan School. He is the co-author of the book Giving and Philanthropy for Dummies, to be published by Wiley in 2012. He is also the author of The Wisdom Flame, a work focused on helping families navigate caregiving and aging matters. For the past decade, Michael has divided his time between Chicago, London and Rio de Janeiro. He speaks five languages.