On Friday July 18, Jeffrey Lane, Alexandra Lebenthal, Andrew Stern and Carrie Gallaway, hosted the Grand Opening of the Lebenthal Bridgehampton Office.
From 6:30pm, guests were welcomed into the new location to enjoy beverages from the events sponsors Juice Press and Martha Clara Vineyard. An art show curated by Lorinda Ash was displayed around the venue featuring local artists. With work from artists including Ross Bleckner and Eric Freeman and a portion of all proceeds going to the Children’s Museum of East End, the exhibition will run until through the summer until Labor Day.
Alexandra Lebenthal commented on the opening: “We brought a very successful team from Morgan Stanley to Lebenthal Wealth Advisors in February. One of the new advisors, Andy Stern, lives in Amagansett year round, so we opened the office here. We do have room to expand so are currently talking to other financial advisors, and are also currently planning a Friday afternoon investment roundtable for women that will be held at the Bridgehampton office on August 15.”
Attendees included: James A Lebenthal, Jonathan and Lizzie Tisch, Andy Stern, Carrie Gallaway, Jimmy Lebenthal, Bonnie Lautenberg, Randy Slifka, Wilbur Ross, Hilary Geary, Bryan Hunt, Lucy Winton, Noelle Beck, Jesse Pasca, Spencer Peterson, Pamela Boulet, Amy Heilberg, Rajan Mantani, Eric Freeman, Ross Bleckner, Tatiana Platt, Randy Polumbo, Sari Mandel, Susan Zises.
Lebenthal Wealth Advisors started in 1925 as an odd-lot firm focused on individual investors. Today, the firm provides personal wealth management, asset allocation and portfolio construction services. The firm is run by the third generation of the Lebenthal family, Alexandra Lebenthal. She was recently joined by former Neuberger Berman Chairman, Jeffrey B. Lane.
Beginning in 1997, the Children’s Museum of the East End all started with a conversation between seven mothers around a kitchen table. Today, CMEE strives to create educational opportunities for children on the East End of Long Island. They continue to present educational exhibits and programs and partner with other arts and social service organizations in the 7,000 square feet of exhibition and program space designed by Lee Skolnik Architecture + Design Partnership. Along with the support of hundreds of stakeholders in the community, CMEE has been successful in their mission, “to enrich the lives of children and families and strengthen the East End community by promoting learning through play.” This Friday, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Museum of the East End.