ENRON'S Robert A. Belfer

Enron Corp.—Robert A. Belfer, 64, chairman and CEO of Belco Oil & Gas Corp.;

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FIRSTROW, FROM LEFT, Ken L. Harrison, John A. Urquhart, Robert A. Belfer, Norman P. Blake, Jr., Robert K. Jaedicke, Ronnie C. Chan, Jeffrey K. Skilling, Kenneth L. Lay and Wendy L. Gramm. Second Row, from left, Bruce G. Willison, John H. Duncan, Joe H. Foy, Charls E. Walker, John Wakeham, Jerome J. Meyer, Herbert S. Winokur, Jr. and Charles A LeMaistre.

• Robert A. Belfer, director and member of executive committee: Sold one million shares for $51 million.

Blind Faith: How Deregulation and Enron's Influence Over Government Looted Billions from Americans
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ROBERT A. BELFER, FOUNDER OF BELCO OIL & GAS CORP., ELECTED 
CHAIRPERSON OF ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE’S BOARD OF OVERSEERS

October 25, 2000 -- -- (BRONX,NY) -- Robert A. Belfer, founder of Belco Oil and Gas Corp., has been elected chairperson of the Board of Overseers of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of   Yeshiva University. 

Mr. Belfer succeeds Burton P. Resnick, the New York real estate developer, who served as chairperson of the Einstein Board for the past 19 years. Mr. Resnick continues on the Board as chairperson emeritus.

A member of the Einstein Board since 1973, Mr. Belfer has held several leadership positions including Board treasurer and chairperson of the Budget and Finance Committee.  Mr. Belfer and his wife, Renée—also a member of the Einstein Board—have established a professorial chair in developmental biology at the College of Medicine.

Mr. Belfer is a graduate of Columbia University and the Harvard Law School. After completing law school, he joined the Belco Petroleum Corp., a Fortune 500 company. He was elected president in 1960 and was named chairman in 1985. This company subsequently merged into Enron Corp. Seven years later, in 1992, he founded Belco Oil and Gas Corp., a major independent producer of domestic oil and gas that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.  He also serves on the Board of Enron Corp., a leading electricity, natural gas, and communications company.

He is a member of the Visiting Committee of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He serves on the boards of Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Weizmann Institute of Science, and the American Jewish Committee. He is the recipient of an honorary degree from Yeshiva University.

Mr. Belfer and his wife are deeply involved in promoting better health and enhancing cultural life. Mrs. Belfer is a member of both the Board of Directors of Einstein’s National Women’s Division and the executive committee of its New York Chapter.

Mr. and Mrs. Belfer have supported major cancer research projects at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. They established the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and also named the Robert and Renée Belfer Court for early Greek art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where Mrs. Belfer is a trustee. She is also a trustee of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and of the American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Mr. and Mrs. Belfer have three children, Rachelle Malkin, Laurence, and Elizabeth, and four grandsons.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University is one of the leading centers for biomedical research and education in the United States. Its research strengths include cancer, heart disease, diabetes, liver diseases, immunology, neuroscience, and molecular genetics, among others. It is among the most selective medical schools in the nation; approximately 7,500 applicants vied for the 180 places in its entering class this year. Einstein’s hospital affiliates include Montefiore Medical Center, The University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Beth Israel Medical Center, University Hospital and Manhattan Campus for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Long Island Jewish Medical Center, University Hospital and Long Island Campus for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine;  Jacobi Medical Center and Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center.

http://www.aecom.yu.edu/home/news/belfer.htm

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HARVARD'S The Robert and Renée Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
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$7.5 Million Gift from Belfers Will Refurbish Center for Science and International Affairs ( TO HARVARD UNIVERSITY)

A generous gift from Renée E. and Robert A. Belfer, JD '58, to the Kennedy School of Government will greatly enhance Harvard's capacity to find and promote solutions to problems facing the international community.

The $7.5 million gift will re-endow and refurbish the Center for Science and International Affairs, which was established two decades ago. The expanded Center will be named for the Belfers to honor their commitment to Harvard and to international security issues.

http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/1997/05.08/75MillionGiftfr.html

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Belfer elected chairperson, AECOM's Board of Overseers


Robert A. Belfer, founder of Belco Oil and Gas Corp., has been elected chairperson of the Board of Overseers of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Mr. Belfer succeeds Burton P. Resnick, the New York real estate developer, who served as chairperson of the Einstein Board for the past 19 years. Mr. Resnick continues as chairperson emeritus and chairman of the YU Board of Trustees Executive Committee.

A member of the Einstein Board since 1973, Mr. Belfer has held several leadership positions including Board treasurer and chairperson of the Budget and Finance Committee. Mr. Belfer and his wife, RenŽe-also a member of the Einstein Board-have established a professorial chair in developmental biology at the College of Medicine. The Belfer family has a long connection with YU-the tallest building on the Main Campus is named Belfer Hall.

Mr. Belfer is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School. After completing law school, he joined the Belco Petroleum Corp., a Fortune 500 company. He was elected president in 1960 and was named chairman in 1985. This company subsequently merged into Enron Corp. Seven years later, in 1992, he founded Belco Oil and Gas Corp., a major independent producer of domestic oil and gas that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. He also serves on the Board of the Enron Corp., a leading electricity, natural gas, and communications company.

He is a member of the Visiting Committee of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He serves on the boards of Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Weizmann Institute of Science, and the American Jewish Committee. He is the recipient of an honorary degree from Yeshiva University.

Mr. Belfer and his wife are deeply involved in promoting better health and enhancing cultural life. Mrs. Belfer is a member of both the Board of Directors of Einstein's National Women's Division and the executive committee of its New York chapter.

Mr. and Mrs. Belfer have supported major cancer research projects at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. They established the Belfer

Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and also named the Robert and RenŽe Belfer Court for early Greek art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where Mrs. Belfer is a trustee. She is also a trustee of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and of the American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Mr. and Mrs. Belfer have three children, Rachelle Malkin, Laurence, and Elizabeth, and four grandsons.
http://www.yu.edu/news/yutoday/nov00/belfer.html

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Enron Corp.—Robert A. Belfer, 64, chairman and CEO of Belco Oil & Gas Corp.; Norman P. Blake, Jr., 58, CEO and secretary general of the United States Olympic Committee; Ronnie C. Chan, 50, chairman of Hang Lung Development Ltd.; John H. Duncan, 72, private investor; Wendy L. Gramm, 55, director of the Regulatory Studies Program of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University; Ken L. Harrison, 57, chairman of the board and CEO of Portland General Electric Co.; Robert K. Jaedicke, 71, professor emeritus of Accounting at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business; Kenneth L. Lay, 57, chairman of the board and CEO; Charles A. Lemaistre, 76, president emeritus of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center; Rebecca Mark-Jusbasche, 45, former chairman and CEO of Azurix Corp.; John Mendelsohn, 63, president of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center; Jerome J. Meyer, 62, chairman and CEO of Tektronix; Paulo V. Ferraz Pereira, 45, president and COO of Meridional Financial Group; Frank Savage, 61, chairman of Alliance Capital Management International; Jeffrey K. Skilling, 46, president and COO; John A. Urquhart, 71, senior advisor to the Chairman; John Wakeham, 67, retired former U.K. secretary of state for Energy; Herbert S. Winokur, 56, chairman and CEO of Capricorn Holdings.

 

John A. Urquhart Associates Fairfield, Connecticut. Frank G. Wisner:
American International Group, Inc. New York, New York. ...

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White House Coffee Guest List:
June 18, 1996 (morning)

HOST: President Clinton
ATTENDING: DNC Supporters
LOCATION: Map Room


RENEE BELFER
New York, N.Y.

ROBERT BELFER
President, Belco Oil & Gas
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