Treasurer, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Don Gimbel has more than 45 years of experience working in financial strategy, global assets, and investment management. Gimbel began his career at Loeb Rhoades & Co. and was the first U.S. stockbroker to specialize in developing clientele in Australia and New Zealand. Throughout his extensive career history, Gimbel has managed high net worth and global pension accounts, and marketing global products including equities, fixed incomes, and balanced portfolios.
In 2000, Gimbel combined his global assessment management company to add global investing to the money managing company, Carret Asset Management, and served as their senior managing director until 2013. Since then, Gimbel has been the senior vice president of CIBC Private Wealth Management and has built research and marketing teams for its global fund products.
Gimbel’s experience extends to community outreach and philanthropic efforts. He served as director and vice-chairman of the National CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Association for seven years. Gimbel is currently a board member for the Shane Lalani Center of the Arts, treasurer of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, and a member of various economic development organizations in Livingston, Mont. He also attended the Foreign Service School at Georgetown University.
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Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement: Obstacles to Opportunities
Enhanced Resource Guidelines: Child Welfare Workers' Companion Guide
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