Alexandra Lebenthal is the President and CEO of Lebenthal Holdings. She comes from a storied Wall Street family. Her grandparents, Louis and Sayra Lebenthal, founded Lebenthal & Co., Inc, a municipal bond specialist, in 1925. Her grandmother worked until age 93. She followed her father, James Lebenthal, as the company spokesperson. She joined Lebenthal in 1988 and became President and CEO in 1995 at the age of 31. Ms. Lebenthal remained at the firm for four years after its sale, leaving in 2005 before startinganew in 2006.\nThis new venture is the second chapter of the Lebenthal family and in addition to a successful capital markets, in 2013 launched Lebenthal Wealth Advisors, a high net worth advisory division.\nA passionate supporter of women in business, she was named one of New Yorks 100 most influential women by Crains New York Business and one of the top 50 Women in Wealth Management by Wealth Manager Magazine. She has also been named to the Crains New York Top Women Owned Business and the Crains Fastest 50 Growing Businesses in New York.\nAs one of the most recognizable women on Wall Street she is a frequent commentator on in the media, and is an official CNBC contributor. She is a board member of The Committee of 200, a leading organization for female businesswomen.\nMs. Lebenthal is involved in many cultural and philanthropic institutions in New York City. Ms. Lebenthal is also a contributing editor for www.NewYorkSocialDiary.com and published her first novel Recessionistas, in August 2010, which was sold to SONY Television. She will be publishing The Womens Investment Bible in 2015, a comprehensive book on investing for women.\nShe is also the Co-founder of The Womens Executive Circle, a group of highprofile Jewish Women that mentor other women under the auspices of United Jewish Appeal.\nA graduate of Princeton University in 1986, with an A.B. in history, Ms. Lebenthal began her career in the municipal bond department at Kidder Peabody Inc. Ms. Lebenthal lives in New York City with her husband, Jay Diamond. They have three children, Benjamin, Charlotte and Eleanor.\n
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