Warren Eisenberg, Chairman of Bed Bath & Beyond, Elected to Yeshiva University Board of Trustees

Oct 12, 2004 — Warren Eisenberg, chairman and co-chief executive officer of Bed Bath & Beyond, was elected to the board of trustees of Yeshiva University (YU).

Mr. Eisenberg became involved in the university’s leadership in 2000, when he joined the board of YU’s Sy Syms School of Business. He has spoken about his company’s management philosophy as part of the business school’s Dr. Ira and Doris Kukin Entrepreneurial Lecture Series and, with his wife, Mitzi, endowed a major scholarship fund to assist students to attend the Sy Syms School.

Mr. Eisenberg founded Bed Bath & Beyond with Leonard Feinstein in 1971. Today the home furnishings retail company operates more than 600 stores in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

A resident of Short Hills, NJ, Mr. Eisenberg is a leader and supporter of several charitable endeavors. He is a director of Berkshire Hills Emanuel Camp and a founder and director of the “I Have a Dream” program of Temple Emanu-El in Westfield, NJ, which provides subsidizes college expenses and support services for approximately 50 students from Plainfield, NJ.

Mr. Eisenberg and his wife have four children and 12 grandchildren.

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