Rob Horwitz and Cathy Redlich
Rob Horwitz graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School. His first business venture was a custom bicycle frame-building business. Rob subsequently worked on Wall Street, founding the high-yield bond department at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette. Rob was a founder or co-founder of several medical device companies. Following the sale of one of these companies, he started RH Capital Associates, an investment management firm that operated a hedge fund for 23 years. In addition to co-founding the Redlich Horwitz Foundation in 1986, he has served on numerous other corporate and non-profit Boards.
Catherine Redlich earned bachelor's and master's degrees in English literature from the University of Michigan, and a law degree from the Harvard Law School. Her first career was in the publishing field as an editor and writer. Following a federal judicial clerkship, she joined a law firm in New York and eventually became its first woman partner. She co-founded Driscoll & Redlich, a law firm specializing in complex criminal litigation and regulatory and enforcement matters. She serves on the Dean's Advisory Council of the University of Michigan, the English Department Advisory Board, the Board of the Ancram Opera House, and has served on boards of directors, as well as various committees, related to the practice of criminal law. Catherine is a certified foster parent in New York State.
Their family includes two daughters, Jane and Grace Horwitz, who stay current on the Foundation’s work.