Jeffrey A. Schoenfeld

Joined the amfAR board in December 2019. Expertise in finance.

Jeffrey Schoenfeld is a partner and head of Global Institutional Business Development and Relationship Management at Brown Brothers Harriman.

Mr. Schoenfeld joined BBH in 1984 and today leads the firm’s Institutional Investment Management client activities on a global basis for a range of products and services. He was named a partner of the firm in 1996 and has served in numerous investment leadership roles during his 35-year BBH career, including chief investment officer, head of Asset Allocation, and head of Fixed Income Management. Today, Mr. Schoenfeld participates in several firm-wide oversight committees for Asset/Liability Management and BBH’s volunteerism activities, BBH Cares. He also helps lead BBH’s Diversity and Inclusion efforts and is the founding sponsor for the firm’s LGBTQ Affinity Group, BBH Pride.

Mr. Schoenfeld is the immediate past president of the UJA-Federation of New York, the largest local philanthropy in the world. Prior to his role as president, he was the co-chair of UJA’s Annual Campaign and the chair of UJA’s Caring Commission, overseeing human service and community building programs in New York, Israel and the former Soviet Union. Today, Mr. Schoenfeld chairs UJA’s allocation steering committee and is a member of its executive committee and board of directors. 

Mr. Schoenfeld received his BA in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley and his MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Partner and Head of Global Institutional Business Development and Relationship Management, Brown Brothers Harriman. He resides in New York City.