A full-time Weinberg Foundation employee since 1993 and trustee since 2002, Donn Weinberg serves as the Foundation’s Executive Vice President and in-house attorney. He is a former Chairman of the Board.
Mr. Weinberg earned his B.A. degree in 1975 from The George Washington University, where he double-majored in Philosophy and Communications. He earned his law degree in 1978 from The University of Baltimore School of Law and served as Editor-in-Chief of the school’s Law Review. In law practice from 1978 through 1992, he specialized in general civil and medical malpractice litigation.
Mr. Weinberg focuses primarily on the Foundation’s real estate portfolio and is the Foundation’s primary liaison to its Hawaii office. He handles all in-house legal matters, including grant contracts, for the Foundation. He is involved with various Foundation grant areas and initiatives, especially workforce development and disabilities.
A resident of Owings Mills, Maryland, Mr. Weinberg is Chairman of The Philanthropy Roundtable and of the TEVET Employment Advisory Committee of the JDC. He has been married for 39 years, the father of two married children, and a grandfather of three. He enjoys political-economic philosophy and policy and their relation to issues of liberty, opportunity, personal responsibility, economic growth, and the prosperity of the working poor and middle class. He enjoys constructing Legos, and he also occasionally “croons” the tunes of the Great American Songbook (e.g., Sinatra) at senior citizen centers, as a volunteer.