Leonard M. Harlan is chairman of the Castle Harlan Executive Committee and a member of the Executive Committee of CHAMP, the Australian affiliate of Castle Harlan. Mr. Harlan is currently a director of IDQ Holdings, Inc., and The America for Bulgaria Foundation established by the U.S. Congress, and formerly a director of over 15 other companies. Mr. Harlan is a member of the Board of Overseers of the Weill Cornell Medical College and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University, co-chairman of the Deans Council Executive Committee, co-chairman of the Clinical Affairs Committee, and a member of the Special Committee on Research, the Business and Finance Committee and the Compensation Committee. He is co-chair of the Policy Board of the Cornell Physicians Organization. He is a director of the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York, formerly a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council of Harvard Business School, vice president and member of the Executive Committee of the Harvard Business School Alumni Association, and for six years was a member of the Harvard Business School Visiting Committee. Mr. Harlan is a trustee of the New York City Citizens Budget Commission, Director of the Foundation for Art & Preservation in Embassies (FAPE), and co-chair of the New York Region of BENS (Business Executives for National Security). He is President of the Garvan Institute (Australia) U.S. Charitable Trust; and a member of the Economic Club of New York. From 1969 to 1995, he was chairman and chief executive officer of The Harlan Company, Inc., a real estate investment banking and advisory firm. A graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, Mr. Harlan has a Masters with Distinction and Doctorate from the Harvard Business School.
- Title: Chairman of the Executive Committee
- Phone: 212.317.6408