Andy Alisberg was born in New York City, where he lived until his family moved to West Hartford, CT, when he entered eighth grade. He graduated from Conard High School in West Hartford and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME, where he earned an AB with Honors in Economics in 1976. He later earned an MBA from Harvard University in 1981.
Mr. Alisberg spent most of his professional career in the institutional equities business on Wall Street. He worked at CJ Lawrence in institutional equity sales and at UBS and its predecessors where he managed relationships with some of the firm’s key mutual fund and hedge fund clients. Andy managed Armillary Partners, a global equities fund, for five years.
Mr. Alisberg is an active philanthropist. He served on the Greenwich YMCA Board of Directors for six years as vice chairman and as head of the Nominating Committee. He has been a Swim Across America participant for four years. He and his family have supported the Wendy Walk since its inception. Andy has been a key organizer for each reunion of his Harvard Business School class. He is also active in political fundraising.
Mr. Alisberg has lived in Greenwich for 29 years with his wife Susan, the founder of Alisberg Parker Architects. They have three children, Will (31), Katie (29) and Maggie (26).