- The Special Needs Estate Planning Task Force
Since the late 1800s Harry Ehrenberg’s family has been working with Arkansans helping them secure their financial future. Harry joined the family’s insurance agency after graduating from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1975 with a major in Finance/Insurance. He is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). Harry has been an external faculty member of the American College and has served as an advisor to the Uniform Law Commission’s Periodic Payment of Judgments Committee. Harry has written financial articles published in legal and medical publications. He has also been the subject of articles that appeared in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the book about Little Rock, One from the Heart. Because of his proven track record, Harry has spoken at numerous continuing education programs for the legal profession.
Harry is one of the founders of The Special Needs Estate Planning Task Force which is dedicated to helping families of children with disabilities ensure the life-long care of their loved ones. The task force consists of financial advisors, attorneys and trust officers uniquely armed with the professional expertise and personal knowledge of the challenges and difficulties those families of children with special needs face. For more information visit: www.specialneedstaskforce.com
Harry is very active in his community. He was recognized by President George Bush as the 290th Daily Point of Light as a founding board member of the Our House Shelter for the homeless. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the Arkansas Nurses Association. He also served as President of the Jewish Federation of Arkansas.