Congrats to ‘Biz Journal’s’ Most Influential
Our list honors 30 St. Louisans who help shape and are connected to our Jewish community.
The February 17, 2012, issue of the "St. Louis Business Journal" honors the most influential St. Louisans. Among those recognized who have a connection to our Jewish community are: Fred Bronstein, President & CEO of the St. Louis Symphony; Maxine Clark, Founder and Chief Executive Bear, Build-A-Bear Workshop; Allan Cohen, President and General Manager of KMOV-TV; Kevin Demoff, COO and Ex. VP of Football Operations, St. Louis Rams; John Dubinsky, CEO, Westmoreland Associates;
Todd Epsten, CEO, Major Brands; Bob Fox, Owner/CEO NewSpace, Inc.; Jeff Fox, CEO, Harbour group; Sam Fox, Founder, Harbour Group; Linda Goldstein, Mayor, City of Clayton; Gabe Grossberg, President and CEO, Delmar Gardens Enterprises; Bob Guller, Owner, BEB Management; Tom Hillman, Managing Partner, FTL Capital LLC; Ken Kranzberg, Chairman, Kranson Industries/Philanthropist; Nancy Kranzberg, Philanthropist;
Lewis Levey, Principal and Founder, EVS Realty Advisors; Steve Lipstein, President and CEO, BJC HealthCare; Michael Neidorff, Chairman, President and CEO, Centene; Emily Rauh Pulitzer, Founder and Chair of The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts; Donn Rubin, President and CEO, BioSTL and Chair of BioGenerator and Missouri Cures; Larry Shapiro, M.D., Dean, Washington University School of Medicine and President, Washington University Medical Center;
Michael Staenberg, President of THF Realty; Les Sterman, Chief Supervisor of Construction and the Works, Southwestern Illinois Flood Prevention District Council; Steven Stogel, President of DFC Group; and Hank Webber, Executive Vice Chancellor, Washington University.
Others on the list whom we’d like to congratulate include Gary Dollar, President and CEO of the United Way; Dave Steward, Chairman and Founder of World Wide Technology; John Herber, Managing Partner, RubinBrown LLP, Don Lents, Chairman, Bryan Cave LLP; and Jerome Schlichter, Founder, Schlichter, Bogard & Denton.