|Residence||Beverly Hills, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater||University of Manchester|
|Occupation||CEO of Omninet Capital|
|Net worth||US $1.66 billion|
|Children||Dina Kadisha Aspen
In 1981, Kadisha co-founded GNC Industries/Stadco, a high precision aerospace tooling and aircraft component manufacturer, where he is active as Chairman of the Board. He serves on the board of several other privately held companies.
Mr. Kadisha co-founded Omninet Corp, where he served as Chief Executive Officer. Omninet subsequently joined forces with Qualcomm in 1988. Kadisha served on the board of directors of Qualcomm for 14 years, from 1988 to 2002.
Mr. Kadisha co-founded Omninet Capital, LLC and is currently a Managing Partner. Over the last 20 years, Omninet, a diversified investment firm with focuses in the fields of wireless communication, private equity and real estate, has developed projects in Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, and Las Vegas. Most recently, he completed construction of a $350 million 45 floor high-rise luxury condominium, named Sky Las Vegas on Las Vegas Boulevard.
In May 2007, Neil ranked #45, with a net worth increased to $900 mil through investments in telecommunications, in the Los Angeles Business Journal's "50 Wealthiest Angelenos" article. According to several reports published in 2008, Kadisha has been noted to have a net worth close to $1.0 billion. In May 19, 2008's edition of Los Angeles Business Journal, Neil Kadisha ranked #43 of Los Angeles's wealthiest residents.
He is an executive producer of The Accidental Husband (2008), a romantic comedy film, directed by Griffin Dunne, starring Uma Thurman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Colin Firth, Isabella Rossellini, and Sam Shepard. It was released in the UK on 29 February 2008.
Neil Kadisha serves on the Board of Directors of several non-profit charitable organizations, which focus on the future of the community, youth development and the care of the elderly.
He has been honored and recognized by several charitable organizations including:
- Citizens’ Empowerment Center in Israel (2003— ), Co-Founder
- The Jewish Federation (1993— ), Board of Directors
- Executive Committee Member (1995–2005)
- Young Presidents Organization (1995— )
- Los Angeles Chapter, Member/Board of Directors
- The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (2006–2010), Board of Directors
- World’s Presidents Organization (2005— ), Los Angeles Chapter Member
- Phoenix House (2005— ), Board of Directors