Warren Lichtenstein

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Warren G. Lichtenstein (born 1965) is Chairman and CEO of Steel Partners LLC. Based in New York City.[1] He has served as the Chairman of the Board and CEO of the general partner of Steel Partners Holdings L.P. since July 15, 2009.[2][3][4]

Lichtenstein graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor's degree in economics.[5] Before that, he attended Tulane University.

Lichtenstein manages a charitable organization called Steel Partners Foundation that is a significant donor to the building of a first Jewish synagogue in Aspen, Colorado.[6]

He has a son from a former marriage.[citation needed] Lichtenstein has a daughter, Isabella, with Annabelle Bond.[7][8][9][10]

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  • Christopher Glynn, Hedge Fund (January 28, 2009); Page 1, last paragraph ("Icahn Acolyte Lichtenstein Must Duel Hero")
  • Daily Mail UK, Daily Mail (September 9, 2007); Page 1, third paragraph ("A new solo challenge for Anna")

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