Steven J. Landau’s father survived the Holocaust and suffered intense physical and emotional damage from his incarceration. He passed away at 52, having kept his memories of this experience to himself. Landau lost many other family members, including his grandparents, in concentration camps. As a member of the second generation of Holocaust survivors, he feels it is important that today’s young adults know the story so it cannot be repeated.
Landau holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Lehman College of the City University of New York. He has more than two decades experience as a commercial lender in the New Jersey market and has previously worked for The Trust Company of New Jersey and PNC Bank. He is currently employed by First Commerce Bank in Freehold, NJ, as a Vice President in the Commercial Lending Group.
Landau also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Marlboro Jewish Center. He has previously served on several non-profit boards, most notably the Morris Center YMCA.