Our city and our world have been experiencing unprecedented challenges—and UJA-Federation has been there to help every step of the way.
Each year, our Wall Street community comes together to make a powerful impact. Join us this year as we honor two incredible individuals with established histories of making a difference. And let each of us do the same by supporting UJA’s commitment to improving people’s lives.
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Mike Bloomberg is an entrepreneur and three-term mayor of New York City whose innovations in business, government, and philanthropy have made him a pioneering leader on critical issues facing America and the world. He has launched major coalitions to save and improve lives, including America’s largest campaigns to prevent gun violence and fight the climate crisis, and he has championed efforts to fix our immigration system. He serves as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions, and as WHO Ambassador for Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries.
Elected mayor just weeks after the attacks of September 11, 2001, Bloomberg led New York City’s resurgence. He spearheaded the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan, fought poverty with new programs that became national models, and turned around a failing school system. Bloomberg also reduced carbon emissions by 13 percent, increased New Yorkers’ life expectancy by three years, and — despite the Great Recession — led the city to record job growth.
Bloomberg LP, the financial technology and media company he launched in 1981, revolutionized the investment industry and now employs 20,000 people in some 120 countries. His foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, works on initiatives in public health, education, the environment, government innovation, and the arts. Bloomberg has also launched a series of major efforts to help fight COVID-19 in the U.S. and around the world, and the Greenwood Initiative, which works to increase Black wealth and address historic inequities across the country. He has given away more than $11 billion.
Bloomberg graduated from Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Business School. He is the father of two daughters, Emma and Georgina, and has two grandchildren.
Stephanie Cohen is global co-head of Consumer and Wealth Management and a member of the Management Committee. She is also a member of the Global Inclusion and Diversity Committee, serving as a global executive sponsor of the Women’s Network.
Prior to assuming her current role, Ms. Cohen was the firm’s chief strategy officer, where she drove strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), strategic investing, and partnerships for the firm. She also led Launch With GS, Goldman Sachs’ $500 million commitment to invest in companies and investment managers with diverse leadership, as well as GS Accelerate, the firm’s in-house innovation engine. Before that, Ms. Cohen was global head of Financial Sponsor M&A in the Investment Banking Division (IBD). She was sector captain for General Industrials in the Global Industrials Group and a member of the M&A Group in IBD. In 2008, she managed Conflicts and Business Selection for IBD in the Americas. Prior to that, Stephanie was a vice president in the Industrials and Merger Leadership Groups in San Francisco. Earlier in her career, she worked in New York in the M&A department. Stephanie joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst in 1999 and was named managing director in 2008 and partner in 2014.
Ms. Cohen serves on the National Board of Directors of CollegeSpring and as a member of the Board of Quill.org. She also serves as trustee for the Board of The Economic Club of New York.
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