Delaware Chapter Dessert Reception
Wayne Woodman, a member of Ben-Gurion University’s International Board of Governors and a former national vice president of AABGU, has spent his professional life in the investment-management business and founded Tower Asset Management in 1990. Currently, Wayne is associated with The Investment House LLC in Los Angeles, where he manages some $200 million of assets for a small number of families around the country.
A strong political voice on the local and national scene, Wayne served two terms as chairman of the Lehigh County Republican Committee. He has forged close relationships with elected officials at the national level and is a powerful voice on behalf of Israel.
Wayne and his wife, Lisa Scheller, are the principal benefactors and founding chairs of AABGU’s Zin Fellows Leadership Program. Wayne, Lisa and her parents, Roberta and Ernest Scheller, Jr., were recognized at the 46th Annual BGU Board of Governors for their visionary foresight that led to the establishment of the Woodman-Scheller Israel Studies International Program. Taught under the auspices of the University’s Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism, the program draws graduate students from around the world, Jews and non-Jews, to study Israel first hand from a wide range of perspectives.
Together, Wayne and Lisa have six children. He lives a bicoastal life, dividing his time between Allentown and Los Angeles.