Alan Robert Ginsberg is an independent management consultant, the Executive Director of The Evidence Room Foundation, a nonprofit organization that owns and exhibits installation art in discourse with history, at museums and universities, the President of institutional investor consultancy called Larchmont Advisors Inc., and a member of the Board of Visitors at the Center for American Studies at Columbia University. He is a Board Observer to the Board of Directors of Guitar Center.
His book, The Salome Ensemble: Rose Pastor Stokes, Anzia Yezierska, Sonya Levien, and Jetta Goudal, published in April 2016 by Syracuse University Press, was the recipient of the 2017 Theatre Library Association Special Jury Prize for an exemplary work in the field of broadcast or recorded performance. As a freelance journalist he has written articles published in the Columbia Journalism Review, Los Angeles Magazine, and Musician Magazine.
Ginsberg earned an MA in American Studies from Columbia University in 2010, a JD from Boston University School of Law in 1980, and a BA in English and General Literature from SUNY-Binghamton in 1977. He was a research analyst and a research department manager at Barclays Capital from 1998-2000, and Salomon Smith Barney from 1993-1998, and a research analyst at Bear Stearns from 1990-1993 and Drexel Burnham Lambert from 1986-1990, focusing on junk bonds and other forms of debt. He was in-house counsel and program director at a non-governmental organization at the United Nations in New York City, promoting women’s rights in developing countries.
He lives in New York City.