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AFTAU Elects Clement Erbmann as National Chairman of Board of Directors
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 10:40:00 AM

Clement ErbmannAmerican Friends of Tel Aviv University (AFTAU), a nonprofit organization that supports Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel's most influential, comprehensive and sought-after center of higher learning, today announced that Clement Erbmann, a Managing Director of First Analysis Corporation, has been elected National Chairman of its Board of Directors.

"Clement is a recognized leader in the business and philanthropic communities, and we are fortunate to welcome him as our chairman," said Ari Wein, acting President and CEO of AFTAU. "He has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the values of our organization, and we are confident his vision will help further our work to advance higher education in Israel and globally."

Erbmann succeeds outgoing chairman Richard Sincere, Founder and CEO of Sincere & Co.

"AFTAU does such tremendous work to support Israel's most influential center of higher learning, and I am proud to serve as chairman of its Board of Directors," said Erbmann. "I look forward to working with this outstanding team to advance the organization's mission."

As a Managing Director of First Analysis Corporation, Erbmann serves as a general partner in the private equity funds, specializing in education, marketing services and clean-tech investing. Prior to joining First Analysis, he held positions with Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in securities sales, fund management, special equities and private placements.

He currently serves on the TAU Board of Governors, as Chair of the Dean's Advisory Board at the TAU Coller School of Management and on the Scientific Advisory Board of Minducate at TAU.

Erbmann also serves on the Board of Directors of and Gapbuster (UK) Ltd., and previously served on the Education Industry Association Executive Board, the ADL Regional Board and the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management Alumni Advisory Board.

Erbmann holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Business Science degree from the University of Cape Town.

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