Jorge Woldenberg is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a concentration in economics. He is the founder and president of Corpac Steel Products and co-founder of The Corpac Group, a global holding entity that operates world-class, vertically integrated business units in the steel production, distribution and services markets.
Jorge served as Chair of Scheck Hillel Community School, 2010-2012, and previously as Vice Chair, Treasurer and Strategic Planning Chair. Jorge is also active in AIPAC, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Beit David Highland Lakes Shul, The Shul of Bal Harbour, Young Israel of Bal Harbour and Ir David Foundation. In addition to his passion for Jewish education, he is an avid reader and business process and systems enthusiast.
Jorge is a proud graduate of Nuevo Colegio Israelita de Monterrey, Mexico, as well as Fasman Yeshiva High School in Skokie, Illinois.
Jorge is married to Tammy Woldenberg and is the proud father of David, Ilana and Jonathan. His children and all 11 local nieces and nephews attend Scheck Hillel Community School.
Adam Grant has been recognized as the single highest-rated professor in the Wharton MBA program and one of the world’s top 40 business professors under 40. He is the author of Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success: a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller. Malcolm Gladwell recently identified Grant as one of his favorite social science writers, calling his work “brilliant.”
Grant has twice been featured in the most emailed New York Times article of the week—once as the author and once as the subject of the cover story, “Is giving the secret to getting ahead?” His studies have been highlighted in best-selling books by Gladwell, Susan Cain, and Daniel Pink.