Gayle Wieseneck graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Economics and received an M.B.A. in Management from New York University’s Stern School of Business. She worked as a commercial banker at Manufacturers Hanover Trust and then at Credit Lyonnais. After leaving the world of banking, Ms. Wieseneck took on a number of volunteer commitments as she began to raise her family. She served in many different roles on the board of the Early Childhood Center at Congregation Agudath, ultimately becoming Chairwoman, and has been a member of the Executive Committee for several years. She has also volunteered for the Young Leadership Division and Women’s Department of the United Jewish Communities of Metrowest and her children’s schools. At Golda Och Academy, Ms. Wieseneck worked on several fundraising events and helped develop a strategy for the institution’s capital campaign; at Newark Academy, she is the Community Service Liaison between the students and parent association and serves on the Campaign Executive Committee. Ms. Wieseneck first became involved with New Jersey SEEDS when her husband Larry joined the Board of Trustees in 2007, and has been an active member of Friends of SEEDS.