JOEL TREISMAN is a certified Individual and Organizational Systems Coach and an experienced group process facilitator with more than 25 years in the fields of marketing, product innovation, nonprofit management, strategic planning and leadership development. He is New York and Connecticut group chair of TIGER 21, a peer learning network of high net worth investors and successful entrepreneurs. Treisman is also TIGER 21’s practice leader in philanthropy and nonprofit organizations. He is an alumnus of the Coro Foundation’s prestigious Fellowship in Public Affairs and received his coaching certification through the Hudson Institute of Coaching. He has earned credentials in private wealth management from the Wharton School and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is currently studying to attain the designation of Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy®. He is on the boards of The Adirondack Council, the Wild Center, and the Foundation for Gomez Mill House. He is an advisory board member of Earthplace (“the Nature DiscoveryCenter” in Westport, Conn.) and the Atlantic Salmon Federation. He holds a degree in Political Science from Stanford and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. Joel credits his late grandfather, Joseph Cullman, 3rd, for his commitment to WWF and other environmental organizations. The two enjoyed a very close relationship, and Joel remembers his grandfather as both an adventurous traveler and a knowledgeable naturalist. Whether salmon fishing on the rivers of New Brunswick, Canada, hiking Adirondack trails, or exploring the backcountry of the Selous Game Reserve during an unforgettable WWF trip to Tanzania in the mid-80s, Joe Cullman was always eager to share his knowledge of and enthusiasm for wild animals and wild places with his grandson (and, of course, everyone else around him).