Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President
Steven A. Cohen is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Point72, a 1,250+ person registered investment advisor. Mr. Cohen founded S.A.C. Capital Advisors in 1992 and converted his investment operations to the Point72 Asset Management family office in 2014. Point72 began managing outside capital in 2018.
An avid philanthropist and entrepreneur, Mr. Cohen has founded and holds active leadership roles in a number of nonprofit organizations.
Mr. Cohen and his wife, Alexandra, founded the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation in 2001. The Cohen Foundation is committed to achieving lasting and meaningful change through commitments to children’s health, education, veterans, and the arts. Mr. Cohen created Cohen Veterans Network and Cohen Veterans Bioscience in 2015 to improve the mental healthcare, treatment, and quality of life for recently-returned veterans and their families.
Mr. Cohen also serves on the Board of Trustees at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles, the Emeritus Board of the Robin Hood Foundation, and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Board of Trustees.
Mr. Cohen received a B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He began his investing career at Gruntal & Co., where he managed proprietary capital for 14 years before starting his own investment business.
GENERAL JOSEPH L. VOTEL
COMMANDER, UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND
General Votel attended the United States Military Academy and was commissioned in 1980 as an Infantry Officer. His initial assignments were to the 3d Infantry Division in Germany where he served as a Rifle Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Battalion Adjutant and Rifle Company Commander. Following this he served as a Small Group Tactics Instructor at the Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia before being assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment as a Plans / Liaison Officer where he participated in Operation JUST CAUSE. He was next posted to the 1st Ranger Battalion where he served as the Battalion Liaison Officer, Operations Officer and Executive Officer.
Following this he was assigned to HQs, Allied Forces Southern Europe, Naples, Italy and the NATO Peace Implementation Force (IFOR) in Sarajevo. He commanded the 2d Battalion, 22d Infantry (Light) at Fort Drum, New York and was subsequently selected to command the 1st Ranger Battalion at Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. Following attendance at the Army War College General Votel commanded the 75th Ranger Regiment and participated in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq.
As a general officer he served in the Pentagon as the Director of the Army and Joint IED Defeat Task Force and subsequently as the Deputy Director of the Joint IED Defeat Organization established under the Deputy Secretary of Defense. He served as the Deputy Commanding General (Operations), 82d Airborne Division / CJTF-82, Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan, was subsequently assigned as the Deputy Commanding General of the Joint Special Operations Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He moved to MacDill Air Force Base where he served as the Chief of Staff at United States Special Operations Command. He returned to Fort Bragg as the Commanding General of the Joint Special Operations Command. He most recently served as the Commanding General of U.S. Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
General Votel is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the United States Army War College.
He is married to the former Michele Belair of Saint Paul, Minnesota and they have two adult sons, Scott and Nicholas. Scott is married to Moira and they are busy raising Penelope
I want to thank everyone at Lead The Way Fund for your kindness and overwhelming generosity during this difficult time in my life.
I have been amazed at the love and appreciation shown for my husband and the sacrifice he made. I have been even more amazed by the the support show to me in the past few months, especially from the Ranger family.
Thank you again,
St. Atty’s Day Fundraiser
Another awesome night at the St. Atty’s Day fundraiser on behalf of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund
From the bottom of our hearts we cannot thank the Atwell Family and their hundreds of friends enough for coming out in droves and showing such incredible love and support for LTWF and Jimmy Regan!!
We cannot continue to do what we do for our Rangers and families without great and generous Patriots like you!!