A retired General Partner and Managing Director of Goldman Sachs and Company, Larry serves as pro bono Senior Advisor to Redstone on projects involving conservation and economic development. He is the Founder and Trustee of the Linden Trust for Conservation, which uses state-of-the art financial advice and investment to build environmental markets and to structure and execute deals in conservation finance.
At Goldman Sachs, Larry’s resume included positions as head of information technology; head of securities, commodities, and treasury operations; and chairman of the global control and compliance committee. Earlier, he was a partner at McKinsey & Company and, from 1978 to 1981, a member of the White House staff working on issues relating to energy, transportation, and the environment.
Larry is a member and former chairman of the board of trustees of Resources for the Future, and similarly, of the World Wildlife Fund. He has lectured widely on the management of large-scale conservation programs. In the business world, he is a member of the board of TIAA, the operating arm of the TIAA-CREF complex.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SM and PhD
- Princeton University, BSE
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