Jimmy Lustig founded United Capital Management, a Colorado-based family office. A non-practicing CPA, Jimmy manages his family’s private equity investment portfolio, focusing on private (pre-IPO) companies in various industries. He is particularly experienced in real estate and he has diverse holdings throughout the Western United States. Jimmy earned his B.A. from the University of Colorado and his M.B.A. from Columbia University.
A third generation Denver native, Jimmy enjoys numerous civic activities that strengthen the community he knows and loves. He is on the Board of Directors at Mizel Museum, a Denver-based nonprofit that addresses today’s social justice issues through the lens of Jewish history and values. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of Shalom Park and Yeshiva Toras Chaim. Over the years he has been on numerous other boards in Denver, and he previously served as president of Green Gables Country Club as well.
When he is not in Denver, Jimmy Lustig can typically be found in the Los Angeles area, where much of his family lives. Here, he is involved in even more organizations. He is on the Board of the Wiesenthal Museum and The Race to Erase MS, and is on the Board of Trustees at Brentwood School. He is also involved in Los Angeles Ballet (the city’s only professional classical ballet company) and Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles.
Jimmy Lustig and his wife run the Lustig Family Foundation, through which they support a variety of nonprofit organizations throughout Denver and Los Angeles. They also enjoy attending fundraisers and other events held by these groups. The Foundation serves as a vehicle through which they can support progress in medical research, educational institutions, cultural organizations, and more.
This blog will contain Jimmy Lustig’s insights on civic engagement and community involvement. For more, visit his professional overview website or his blog dedicated to the Lustig Family Foundation.