Peter A. Joseph
Peter A. Joseph is the Chairman of Trenton Fuel Works LLC, an enterprise that is commercializing a technology originally funded by NYSERDA to convert compostable food waste generated in urban settings into various chemical and energy products.
Mr. Joseph has been in the private equity investment business for over twenty years having been the founder of Joseph Littlejohn & Levy in 1985 and Palladium Equity Partners in 1998. His investing experience spans a wide variety of industries including healthcare, energy, chemicals, basic manufacturing, media and financial services.
Mr. Joseph currently serves as the President of the Israel Policy Forum, which program supports an active U.S. role in resolving the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Mr. Joseph serves on the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and is a trustee of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. He is a co-founder and former President of the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan and a Trustee of the New York Citizens Budget Commission. Mr. Joseph is a Trustee of Securing American’s Future Energy (SAFE).
Mr. Joseph holds an A.B. degree in European History from Cornell University and a J.D. degree from Columbia University.