Neil Wallack is a co-founder and managing director of 1901 Partners, an energy-focused private equity investment firm and the successor organization to ZBI Ventures, the private equity practice of Ziff Brothers Investments, where he served as president from 2007 through 2014. Neil has lived in the Boston area since 1991. Previously, Neil was chair of CJP’s Budget & Administration Committee. He is a graduate of Jewish Federation of North America’s Young Leadership Cabinet and CJP’s Cynthia and Leon Shulman Acharai Leadership Program and has served on the board of Jewish Vocational Service of Boston. He and his wife Lisa are the parents of three children. Their oldest son is a graduate of Gann Academy, the Jewish high school where their other two children are currently enrolled. All three of their children are graduates of the Rashi School. The Wallacks are members of Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley. In addition to supporting a variety of Jewish causes, Lisa and Neil are very involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, where they co-chaired that organization’s Israel Initiative. Neil is a graduate of Yale University (1989) and the Harvard Business School (2003).