Known as Dean Emeritus due to his teaching profession at Yale School of Management, Jeffrey E. Garten is a worker at various philanthropic and corporate boards. At Yale, the subject that he teaches is the global economy. Before coming into the teaching profession, Jeffrey used to work for Blackstone and Lehman Brothers on Wall Street. Let’s check out Jeffrey’s net worth in 2018.
Jeffrey Garten early life
In the year 1946, Jeffrey Garten was born in a Jewish family. His parents are Ruth Garten and Melvin Garten. Being part of World War 2, his father was honored with the Distinguished Service Cross in the year 1953. Jeffrey also has a brother named Allan Garten who is now a retired federal prosecutor by profession and is currently based in Portland.
In the year 1968, Jeffrey Garten passed out from Dartmouth College with a BA degree and later he pursued his master’s in the year 1972 and did his Ph.D. in the year 1980 from the school of advanced international studies of John Hopkins University. From the year 1968 to 1972 Jeffrey was serving in the United States Army. In 1971 he became an advisor to the Riya Thai Army. He was also the Lieutenant in 82nd Airborne Division.
Jeffrey has also worked in Ford, Carter and Nixon administration in the post of economic positions and foreign policy. Then he went to Wall Street to pursue his career with the Blackstone Group and Lehman Brothers. Jeffrey had lived in Tokyo as well in order to expand and direct the investment banking of Asia for the firm where he used to work on Wall Street. In the year 1968, Jeffrey Garten got married to Ina Rosenberg who was a host of Barefoot Contessa for Food network and she has won three Emmy awards for it.
Jeffrey Garten career, awards, and achievements
Jeffrey Garten is a very efficient professor of Yale School of Management where he teaches a number of subjects that include, The future of global finance, Managing Global Catastrophe, leading a global company, Wall Street and Washington, politics, Markets, and Policies and Understanding global financial centers. He has written quite a few numbers of books namely, A cold peace, America, Japan, Germany and the struggle for Supremacy that published in 1992, in 1997 he published the book The Big ten, The big emerging markets and how they will change our lives. His other books include The mind of the CEO and From silk to silicon.
From the year 1996 to 2005, Jeffrey has been the Dean of Yale school of management. Later from 2005 to 2015, Jeffrey was appointed as the Juan Trippe Professor. He used to teach Finance, international trade and business as the Juan Trippe professor. He also used to write columns for Business Week. For two years from 1993 to 1995, Jeffrey Greene used to work for International Trade as an Undersecretary Of Commerce in Clinton administration.
Awards and achievements
Jeffrey Garten is a highly famous professor of Yale school of management where is holding the position of Dean Emeritus. He has also contributed to the army of United States. Jeffrey has written five very popular books.
Net worth of Jeffrey Garten
The net worth of Jeffrey Garten is calculated to be around $120 million. He is a successful author and also a well-known professor of Yale school of management. He was also the managing director of Lehman Brothers.
Jeffrey Garten is a highly educated person who has been working on Wall Street for Lehman Brothers before coming into the teaching profession at Yale School of Management. He has also served in the United States Army.