Daniel Eisenstadt currently serves as Managing Director of MDM Equity Partners (MDM) and President of Community Veterinary Partners (CVP), a veterinary services business that owns and operates thirty veterinary hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to founding MDM and CVP, Mr. Eisenstadt served as managing director at CMS Companies, a private equity and real estate investment firm. At CMS, he led investments into companies that focused on education, health care services, and food and beverage, among others. Before joining CMS, Mr. Eisenstadt was the founding executive director and co-founder, with AIPG Board President Fred Schwartz, of the Auschwitz Jewish Center, a museum and visitor center located near the former concentration camp. His work with the Auschwitz Jewish Center and AIPG is driven by family history. According to Mr. Eisenstadt:
My grandmother died in a displaced persons camp after surviving World War II - my family has been impacted by genocide. A world without genocide may be an impossible dream but it's worth striving for.
Mr. Eisenstadt began his career as a corporate lawyer at Fulbright and Jaworski, L.L.P., where he focused on mergers and acquisitions. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School, a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and a bachelor's degree from Clark University. Mr. Eisenstadt was a Wallenberg Scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mr. Eisenstadt was also a co-founder of Freedom 25, a coalition of Jewish organizations focused on communicating the lessons of the Soviet Jewry movement. He has been a trustee of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, where he has served on the Next Generation Council, a trustee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, a member of the National Young Leadership Cabinet of Jewish Federations of North America, and a member of the Board of the Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Hillel of Greater Philadelphia. Daniel currently is a member of the Philadelphia chapter of the Young Presidents Organization and serves on the Boards of the Pennsylvania Veterinary Foundation, The Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation, and Beth Zion Beth Israel Synagogue. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Sharon, and daughters, Elena, Ariella and Rachel, and their dog Sally, a Beagle-Corgi mix.