Lee Kirschbaum, AB’00

Short Hills, New Jersey

Senior Vice President, Head of Product, Marketing, and Alliances

Lee Kirschbaum, AB’00, is a 2009 Young Alumni Service Award recipient who joined the Alumni Board in 2014. His volunteer leadership, network, and impact span a variety of roles and activities—from serving as a leader in the New Jersey Alumni Schools Committee to leading efforts in 2008 to fund an Odyssey Scholarship with a diverse group of young alumni. He has supported incoming students as a Metcalf Internship application reviewer, prospective students as chair of the New Jersey Alumni Schools Committee, and alumni as chair of his 10th and 15th reunions and as a volunteer for the New York Chicago Society and Alumni Club. As chair for his 10th and 15th reunions, he set reunion records in terms of class participation, attendance, and philanthropy.

Kirschbaum is senior vice president and head of product, marketing, and alliances for Opus, a global risk and compliance SaaS (software as a service) and data solutions provider. In this role, he is responsible for leading Opus product strategy and management, alliances, and global marketing, including branding, corporate communications, customer programs, and events.

Before joining Opus, Kirschbaum was president of the compliance division at Kroll, a leading global provider of investigations, compliance, due diligence, cybersecurity, and e-discovery solutions. Prior to this role, Lee served as senior vice president of operations where he was responsible for Kroll’s business operations, shared services, marketing, strategy, and business development. He joined the company in January 2011, initially serving as a vice president and head of strategy for Altegrity.

Prior to joining Kroll, Kirschbaum served for eight years at Dun & Bradstreet in a number of senior leadership roles. Earlier in his career, he helped start the internal corporate strategy group at Qwest Communications and was a consultant in strategy practice at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. Kirschbaum graduated with honors from the University of Chicago and earned his master of business administration degree from Columbia Business School, where he graduated with Beta Gamma Sigma honors.