Paul Fribourg

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Paul Fribourg, "born on February 22, 1954, is an Americain citizen. He is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ContiGroup Companies (formerly Continental Grain Company), a private company with French and Belgian roots, that has diverse agribusiness activities. Since the age of 26, he has held several management positions in this company, both in Europe and the United States.

"Mr. Fribourg has a degree in Business Administration from Amherst College and is a graduate of Harvard’s Advanced Management Program.

"Mr. Fribourg is also Chairman of the Lauder Institute at Wharton Business School and a Director of New York University, the Nightingale School, and Loews Corporation. He is also a Director of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation." [1]

Married to Babeth Fribourg.

  • Conti Group Companies Inc., Chairman and CEO
  • The Lauder Institute/Wharton Business School, Chairman
  • Park East Synagogue, Director
  • The Browning School, Director
  • New York University , Director
  • Nightingale-Bamford School, Director
  • America-China Society, Director
  • Loews Corporation, Director
  • JP Morgan National, Member of the Advisory Board
  • Endeavor Global, Inc. Director
  • Harvard Business School, Director of Dean’s Advisors
  • Appeal of Conscience Foundation, Director The Public Theater, Director
  • Rabobank International North American Agribusiness, Member of the Advisory Committee
  • U.S. {[Council on Foreign Relations]], Member


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