Joshua Pearl was born in Tel Aviv, in the British Mandate for Palestine. His parents were Polish Jewish immigrants, descended from Menachem Mendel of Kotz. In 1956, he began his studies in electrical engineering at the Technion, earning a B.S. in the field. In 1960, he moved to the United States, where he pursued his M.S. in electrical engineering from the Newark College of Engineering. He also received a PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and is one of the editors of the Journal of Causal Inference.
After spending nine years in the stock market, Pearl decided to pursue his MBA from UCLA. He spent two years in a music therapy program at Pacific University and graduated with his bachelor’s degree in 2019. Before the Pandemic, he had a thriving private practice, working with mental health patients at the local hospital. He also worked with adults with developmental disabilities and conducted one-on-one sessions. He also led memory care groups of older adults with acute dementia and conducted in-home hospice music therapy sessions.
As a graduate of Harvard Business School, Joshua Pearl is currently a Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets. He is a frequent speaker on investment banking, mergers and acquisitions and other topics. He received his AB from Harvard and his MBA with Baker Scholar honors from the Harvard Business School. He is also the father of journalist Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Pakistan. In 2011, he was in remission, but the onset of a secondary infection pushed him to use opiates.
In 2013, Pearl was in remission for two years, and was battling a variety of infections. Corticosteroids kept him active, but he was tired of taking opiates. Instead, he turned to music therapy. He listened to piano notes that mimicked his physical pain. This method helped him quit opiates, and he is now enjoying a full-time career in music. The best part of being able to work with musicians is that they can help you find the right combination of passion and skill to help others.
After the Pandemic, Pearl started to work for a hedge fund firm in India. He had a successful private practice before the pandemic, and was even starting to take opiates. During that time, he worked with a number of patients, from mental health patients to adult developmentally disabled people. He also worked as a therapist for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Eventually, he was able to start his own business and build a successful professional career.
After the Pandemic, Pearl was still in the process of building a successful career. He started with the stock market and became an investment banker before opening his own company. He has since branched out into the world of finance, and is now a successful entrepreneur. After nine years, he was able to start his own company, Hickory Lane Capital, and has become an investment firm in Chicago. He also works as a consultant and an advisor to other companies.
During the 2008 Pandemic, Pearl and his team of investors were unable to complete their work and were forced to return to their previous jobs. But after two years of a pandemic, the onset of the disease changed the course of the world’s economies. The virus that killed millions of people worldwide shut down their economies caused an influx of new refugees to migrate to the US. However, Joshua Pearl was able to make his company stronger and more profitable.
Before the Pandemic, Pearl was in remission for two years and was trying to prevent secondary infections. He had a busy private practice, but it collapsed due to the AIDS pandemic. Before the pandemic, Pearl had worked with hospitalized patients with mental disorders and developmental disabilities, led a memory care group of older adults suffering from acute dementia, and conducted hospice music therapy sessions. During this time, his cancer was under control and he was able to focus and work.
In 2008, a pandemic changed his life. After the pandemic, Pearl was diagnosed with autoimmune disease and had to stop performing. He was a successful musician, but his condition changed his life. He developed an illness that led to his current career. He is now a music therapist. During his training, he studied music at Pacific University. And he’s now working with cancer patients. After the pandemic, he continues his work as a hospice patient.