Michael has over forty years of experience in the investment management business. He manages investments for individuals, families, charitable foundations and retirement plans. During his career, he has been on retainer for major corporations to provide financial advice and personal investment management to their key corporate executives. His experience has enabled him to develop an astute understanding of the importance of coordinating investing, taxes and estate planning for private wealth clients. He founded Grant Street Asset Management as an independent RIA in 1993. After graduate school, he completed studies at the New York Institute of Finance and participated in industry studies at the Institute of Investment Banking, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. He has also lectured at the University of Pittsburgh and the Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series. Michael is actively involved in his church and supports the Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh for people with intellectual disabilities and autism. He is also a strong supporter of other children-related foundations. Michael enjoys golfing, skiing and following professional and collegiate-level sports. He resides in Upper St. Clair with his wife, and they have three adult sons, an adult daughter, and a growing crew of grandchildren with whom they enjoy spending their time.