Sanford Loewentheil is a third-generation builder and has been a developer for nearly 30 years. Since founding L+M Development Partners (formerly L&M Equity Participants) in 1984, his focus has been on the construction and development of affordable housing in the tri-state area. Sandy is currently working with local high schools and non-for-profit organizations to help enable students from urban areas to attend college. Sandy serves on the Washington University Arts and Sciences National Council as well as the Board of Trustees of Washington University. Sandy is also currently serving on the Board of Trustees of Sulam Yaakov, a synagogue located in Larchmont, NY and on the Board of Trustees of Rye Country Day School located in Rye, NY. Sandy also sits on the Board of Strive For College, a California based not for profit that addresses the inequities of college access by mentoring high school students with the services of students from local universities.