|Alma mater||Cornell University|
New York University(BS)
He worked as a senior partner with McKinsey & Company. From 1993 to 2001, he was chief executive officer of American Express. He served as Chairman of the board at the Campbell Soup Company from November 2004 to July 2009. He served as chairman of the American International Group (AIG). His resignation as AIG chairman was announced on July 16, 2010. He sits on the boards of directors of Marblegate Asset Management, the Campbell Soup Company, and Ripplewood Holdings.
In 2016, Golub was appointed to chair boutique energy company.
In addition, he also serves on Jupiter Medical Center‘s board of trustees and is chairman of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre endowment board. He is a director emeritus of New York-Presbyterian Hospital and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and a member of its investment committee.
Golub was named the interim non-executive chairman of the board of Dynasty financial partners in April 2020.
Harvey Golub is married to Roberta Golub. Golub is the father of three adult children by a previous marriage.
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- American Enterprise Institute Board of Trustees
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James D. Robinson III
| CEO of American Express
Edward M. Liddy
| Non-executive chairman of AIG