Joel S. Ehrenkranz is the Managing Partner of Ehrenkranz & Ehrenkranz, Attorneys at Law. The firm, founded in 1966, provides high net worth individuals and families with comprehensive advice in all financial areas with a focus on investment-related matters, income tax planning and trust and estate planning.
Joel earned a B.S. in Economics and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and an LLB and LLM from New York University Law School. He is the past president of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Jewish Communal Fund and the Archives of American Art. He is trustee and vice chairman of Mount Sinai Medical Center and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, a trustee of New York University and the Museum of Modern Art, and an honorary trustee of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
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