Los Angeles, California
Tony Pritzker is a Managing Partner and co-founder of The Pritzker
Group, a private equity firm with offices in Chicago and Los Angeles. Tony has
over twenty years leading middle-market manufacturing and distribution companies.
From 2004 to 2007 he served as Chairman of Am Safe Partners, the leader in
aircraft seating restraints. From 2000 to 2004 he served as President of Baker
Tanks, the nation's leading tank and pump equipment rental business. In 1998,
he was appointed by the Marmon Group to oversee Stainless Industrial Companies,
a portfolio of several industrial manufacturing companies. From 1996-1998 Tony
served as the Regional Vice President of operations in Asia for Getz Bros.
& Co. Prior to 1996, Tony was a Group Executive at The Marmon Group and
directed operations at Arzo, MD Tech, Micro-Aire, Oshkosh Door and Fenestra.
Tony is an active member and leader of the Los Angeles
philanthropic community. He serves on the Board of Trustees at LACMA and Hammer
Museum and serves as a Director for Heal The Bay and Foster Care Counts. His
present primary philanthropic focus is being Co-Chairman, with Chancellor Gene
Block, of the UCLA Centennial Campaign which is in the process of raising $4.2
billion for the 2019 UCLA centennial and he is already half way there in 2016.
Tony received his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago and his
B.A. in Engineering from Dartmouth College.