Andrew H. Tisch ’71 is co-chairman of the board and chairman of the executive committee of Loews Corporation. He holds a BS degree from the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and an MBA from Harvard University (1977).

In addition to Loews, he serves on the boards of directors of CNA Financial Corporation, Boardwalk Pipelines LLC, Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc., and K12, Inc.

Tisch is active at Harvard Business School (Dean’s Board of Advisors), Cornell University (vice chairman of the Board of Trustees), NYU/Tisch School of the Arts (co-chair Dean’s Council), the Young Women’s Leadership Network (co-founder), and is on the Board of Overseers at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Tisch is one of the founders of the No Labels Coalition and vice chairman of the Center for U.S. Global Leadership.

He participates in many educational organizations including the Economic Club of New York (immediate past chairman), the Brookings Institution (trustee), and the Council on Foreign Relations. He serves on the boards of the Wildlife Conservation Society and the NYC Police Foundation.

He is active in Jewish communal affairs through the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (trustee/executive committee), the Jewish Leadership Forum (founding chairman), and the Jewish Business Leadership Forum (founder).

Tisch is married to journalist and educator Ann Rubenstein and lives in New York City.