Bruce and Lisa Goldman

From the time Bruce Goldman was a child, his family taught him the importance of giving back. He has carried that legacy through his career and into retirement. Bruce and his wife, Lisa, have touched the lives of countless individuals through their involvement with and support of a wide range of causes. 

Their impactful giving to the Michigan-Israel Partnership for Research and Education fosters innovation and collaboration to shape the future of medicine, supporting solutions that will enhance the well-being of generations for years to come. They are truly committed to the success of this endeavor, even travelling to Israel to meet with partners and experience firsthand the advances being made toward understanding the pathways of disease.

The Goldmans also support the Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center at U-M, Jewish Child and Family Services Chicago, the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, and other environmental and Jewish service organizations. 

Bruce Goldman

After receiving his B.S. from U-M, Bruce went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Illinois. He worked as a market maker in interest rate options for his own firm and later in association with Equitec Group for more than 25 years. He was an initial equity investor and has served on numerous boards of directors for Sterling Partners, a private equity firm based in Northbrook, Illinois. Bruce has generously served on the boards of Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago and Jewish Child and Family Services Chicago (JCFS), where he was recognized with JCFS’s highest honor, the Irving B. Harris Award, in 2011, for his outstanding dedication to improving the lives of families. Recently retired, Bruce and Lisa now live in Nevada, where he serves as treasurer for Jewish Nevada, Nevada’s Jewish federation.

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