Laurence Schreiber earned a degree in Psychology magna cum laude from Harvard College ('87-'88), and graduated as a Baker Scholar from Harvard Business School ('93). Laurence is currently co-president of Clarity Capital, a multi-family office based in NYC and Tel Aviv, where he is now involved in all aspects of the firm's development including client support, investment mangagement, and product innovation. Along with his wife, Daniela, Laurence co-founded Yeshivat Ashreinu, an innovative gap year men's program in Israel, and is a longtime board member of the Ohr Torah Stone network of educational institutions. He was a co-founder of Projet Ezrah, a NJ-based program that assists impoverished Jews in the community and beyond. Laurence served as president of the board of Yeshivat Noam (an Orthodox day school), a vice president of Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck, NJ, and is currently on the Investment Committee of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey. Laurence grew up in Phoenix, where he attended the Phoenix Hebrew Academy and Phoenix Country Day School, and still misses the year-round sunshine.