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Ribotsky Institute is a think tank that offers thoughtful insight into these troubling times.

Rafe Lieber Announces The Formation of the Ribotsky Institute

Independent Think Tank Forms During Troubling Economic Times

Rafe Lieber, Political Strategist, is pleased to announce the formation of think tank, The Ribotsky Institute (www.ribotskyinstitute.com).  Acting as Chairman and CEO of the Ribotsky Institute (RI), Corey Ribotsky hopes that this foundation will offer thoughtful insight into these troubling times.

“Right now, our country is in a very precarious time,” Ribotsky said. “My hope is that with the formation of RI, I can provide insight and ideas into economic growth, access to financial resources and entrepreneurial opportunities as well as the world of politics.”

Given Ribotsky’s background he hopes the ideas and positions formed under the RI umbrella will assist business and policy-makers by providing them with ideas and a new path towards strengthening America’s economic future.

Ribotsky will be assisted by RI’s Political Strategist, Rafe Lieber.  Lieber brings to RI years of political experience, both in staff and on the campaign trails.  Since so much of today’s economic issues are inextricably tied to politics, Lieber will be invaluable to the assessments and reports that RI disseminates.

Corey Ribotsky

Corey Ribotsky has over 25 years in the investment industry.  He has managed alternative investment vehicles in multiple sectors as well as run multiple businesses.  Mr. Ribotsky graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.  Mr. Ribotsky attended NYU Stern Graduate School of Business and Brooklyn Law School.

Rafe Lieber

Rafe Lieber has spent his entire career in government and politics on Long island.  He staffed Rep. Gary Ackerman, was Legislative Aide to Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi, Chief of Staff to former State Senator Craig Johnson and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for Town of North Hempstead.  

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