Mark Laskow

Mark J. Laskow

Chairman at Carnegie Hero Fund Commission

Location:
436 SEVENTH AVENUE, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
HQ Phone:
(412) 281-1302

General Information

Experience

Chair  - Shadyside Hospital Foundation

Director  - Children's Hospital

Capital Campaign Co-Chair  - Creative and Performing Arts High School of the Pittsburgh Public Schools

Senate Finance Committee

Vice President and Director  - The Hillman Company

Managing Director  - Greycourt & Co.

Chairman  - The Dietrich Foundation

Education

The Hill School

Graduated  - University of Pennsylvania

Graduated  - University of Pittsburgh School of Law

J.D. degree  - University of Pittsburgh

bachelor's degree  - University of Pennsylvania

Affiliations

Board Member  - LEAD Pittsburgh

Board Member  - The Pittsburgh Promise

Board Member  - UPMC Health Plan Inc

Vice Chairperson  - UPMC

Board Member  - Jewish Healthcare Foundation

Trustee  - Shadyside Hospital

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Member of the Management Committee  - St. John's College

Board Member  - Kenetech Corp

Member, Finance and Executive Committees  - The Philanthropy Roundtable

Recent News  

Mark J. Laskow
Managing Director · bio » Mark J. Laskow Managing Director Mark Laskow is a Managing Director at Greycourt, he was previously our CEO for ten years. Prior to joining Greycourt, Mark was Vice President and a Director of The Hillman Company, where he managed investments in energy and international private equity and was involved in many aspects of the private equity program. Mark has significant experience in a variety of wealth management issues affecting wealthy families, including family office management, family dynamics, tax and estate planning, issues associated with closely held and public companies, and the design and execution of private equity strategies via direct investments and investment partnerships. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Mark is Chair of the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, Chair of The Dietrich Foundation, Chair of the UPMC Health Plan, Vice Chair of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and served as a rotating member on the 2013 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy selection committee. Mark J. Laskow Managing Director · bio » Mark J. Laskow Managing Director Mark Laskow is a Managing Director at Greycourt, he was previously our CEO for ten years. Prior to joining Greycourt, Mark was Vice President and a Director of The Hillman Company, where he managed investments in energy and international private equity and was involved in many aspects of the private equity program. Mark has significant experience in a variety of wealth management issues affecting wealthy families, including family office management, family dynamics, tax and estate planning, issues associated with closely held and public companies, and the design and execution of private equity strategies via direct investments and investment partnerships. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Mark is Chair of the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, Chair of The Dietrich Foundation, Chair of the UPMC Health Plan, Vice Chair of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and served as a rotating member on the 2013 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy selection committee. Prior to joining Greycourt, Dana was an administrative assistant at Market Place Print, which was a division of MARC, USA and for Convergent Lending Services, LLC.

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Board Chair Mark Laskow presented framed resolutions to A. H. Burchfield III to cite his 30th anniversary with the Hero Fund and to Ann M. McGuinn and Sybil P. Veeder for 25 years of service.
In addition, Laskow was presented with a resolution by Vice Chair Nancy L. Rackoff for his 25th anniversary. McGuinn, Veeder, and Laskow were all elected to the board in June 1992. Laskow chaired the Executive Committee from 1998 to 2002. In 1994 he was appointed to the Finance Committee, and he became the Commission's seventh president in 2001 and then its first board chair in 2013. He oversaw the Commission's centennial observance in 2004, and he largely conceived the Carnegie Hero Funds World Committee, still serving as its co-chair.

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