Board of Advisors Bios

The Board of Advisors of the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance supports the School by providing guidance and direction on important strategic initiatives of the School, by fostering close ties between the School and the corporate, entrepreneurial and public sector communities, and by sponsoring and facilitating internships and jobs placements for students.


Peter Barker '70, P'01
Co-Chair, Robert Day School Board of Advisors
Retired Chairman of California, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Retired Partner Goldman, Sachs & Company


Peter Barker was elected Chair of the CMC Board of Trustees in 2002, and has held several key leadership positions, including Chair of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and Board Affairs Committee, and membership on the Executive and Investment committees.

A leader in the corporate and philanthropic arenas, Mr. Barker is the Retired Chairman of California for JPMorgan Chase & Co. He is an experienced banker and business leader who is also a retired partner of Goldman, Sachs & Co., and serves on the boards of Avery International, Fluor Corporation and The Automobile Company of Southern California.

His volunteer activities and interests include serving as a Director of the W. M. Keck Foundation; Trustee, the Huntington Library; past Chair, the Los Angeles Area Boy Scouts Council of America; past Governor, Music Center of Los Angeles County; President of the Fletcher Jones Foundation; Overseer, the Keck School of Medicine at USC; and was a member of the Los Angeles Mayor's Task Force on Finance and the California State Senate Commission on Corporate Finance Governance.


James McElwee '74 P'12
Co-Chair, Robert Day School Board of Advisors
Independent Venture Capitalist
Former General Partner of Weston Presidio


James McElwee currently operates as an independent venture capitalist in Northern California with more than 35 years of experience in venture capital and private equity.

Mr. McElwee joined Weston Presidio as its third General Partner in 1992 serving until 2010. He was responsible for Weston Presidio's private investments in Digital Theater Systems (NASDAQ: DTSI), RedEnvelope (NASDAQ: REDE), Vitria Technology (NASDAQ: VITR), Wild Oats Markets (NASDAQ: OATS), IC Works (acquired by Cypress Semiconductor), and Sassaby (Jane) (acquired by Estee Lauder).

During his tenure as a General Partner and member of the Investment Committee, Weston Presidio led the start up financing of JetBlue Airways and made investments in Fender Musical Instruments, The Coffee Connection (acquired by Starbucks), Guitar Center, Mapquest (acquired by AOL), Party City, Petzazz (acquired by PetSmart), RE/MAX, and many other companies. The firm raised five funds totaling over $3.5 billion in assets. Mr. McElwee opened Weston Presidio’s Menlo Park Office in 2000.

Prior to Weston Presidio, Mr. McElwee was Senior Vice President of the Security Pacific Venture Capital Group and the founding Managing Director of its Menlo Park office. During his 13 years with the Security Pacific Venture Capital Group, Mr. McElwee was responsible for early private investments in Costco, Universal Health Services, Cypress Semiconductor, Aspect Telecommunications, Xilinx, MIPS Computer Systems, Harmonic, Microchip, Vitesse and many others. Prior to entering the venture capital industry in 1979, Mr. McElwee was a Senior Consultant with Accenture, building information systems for a variety of clients in the retailing, healthcare and technology industries.

Mr. McElwee currently serves on the Board of Directors of Silego (mixed signal semiconductors) and Avinger (medical devices) (NASDAQ) and is an investor in Blue Bottle Coffee and several other private companies. From 2005 to 2014, he served as a Board Member and Treasurer of SFJAZZ, the non-profit organization responsible for the San Francisco Jazz Festival and construction of the SFJAZZ Center. Mr. McElwee also currently serves on the Board of Healthright 360, a family of programs that includes Walden House, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, Asian American Recovery Services, and Rock Medicine.

Mr. McElwee earned his B.A. from Claremont McKenna College where he serves on the Board of Trustees and is Co-Chair of the Board of the Robert Day School. He also serves as Chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee. Mr. McElwee earned his MBA from the Wharton Graduate School of Business where he serves on the Wharton Entrepreneurial Board.


Gary Birkenbeuel '80
Ernst & Young


He has been a partner at Ernst & Young since 1992. His nearly three decades of experience in public accounting have allowed him to serve multinational, publicly- and privately-held companies engaged in aerospace and defense, entertainment, technology, and media industries. His extensive knowledge of mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and accounting and auditing issues have benefited a list of current and former clients including Teledyne Technologies, Lions Gate Entertainment, TicketMaster, Earthlink, USA Studios, Petersen Publishing,, Film Roman, Iwerks Entertainment, and The Los Angeles Dodgers.

Mr. Birkenbeuel has served as Pacific South West Area Industry Leader for Technology, Communications and Entertainment (1997-2002), and from 2002-2008, as Pacific South West Area AABS Managing Partner. He serves on the boards for Junior Achievement, the Los Angeles Sports Council, and the American Film Institute, and has been licensed to practice accounting in California since 1984. He also is a member of AICPA and California Society of CPAs.

Gary Birkenbeuel graduated from Claremont McKenna College in 1980 with a B.A. in economics.


Baxter Brinkmann P'16
President and CEO
The Brinkmann Corporation


J. Baxter Brinkmann is founder and CEO of The Brinkmann Corporation. Since 1975, Mr. Brinkmann has led the development of the Brinkmann companies into some of the more recognizable brands in outdoor consumer products, including cooking, lighting, camping and pet. The Brinkmann Corporation’s subsidiary companies include Malibu Outdoor Lighting and Dallas Manufacturing Company.

Mr. Brinkmann is a real estate investor, having holdings in several states. Located in the top growth cities of Frisco and McKinney, just north of Dallas, the 5,500 acre Brinkmann Ranches are home to world champion Quarter Horses, Black Angus and Longhorn Cattle operations and agribusiness.

Long active in the community, Mr. Brinkmann has served as a planning and zoning commission chairman, as well as participating in education initiatives at area schools.

Mr. Brinkmann currently serves on various boards including the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston (since 1997), The Greenhill School of Dallas and the Cardiopulmonary Research Science & Technology Institute, Dallas. In addition, he is active in leadership roles in both the Frisco and Dallas Regional Chambers of Commerce.

Prior to founding The Brinkmann Corporation, Mr. Brinkmann was a private equity professional and portfolio manager at John M. Hartwell & Company in New York City.


Jose Campos '91
Deloitte & Touche


Jose A. Campos ’91 is a partner in the audit practice of Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he has served large public clients including Health Net, Inc., a managed health care services company based in Woodland Hills, and leads Deloitte’s audit recruiting team’s efforts at Claremont McKenna College.

Passionate about matters affecting the Latino community, Campos has been a volunteer member of the Board of Directors of AltaMed Health Services Corporation for more than a decade, a nonprofit, federally-qualified health care center for the underserved in Los Angeles. His interests also focus on recruitment of underrepresented students to the public accounting profession, including outreach efforts to promote greater awareness of the profession and related opportunities.

Campos has served as vice president for the Los Angeles Chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting. As a former Inroads intern with Kaiser Permanente, he also helps lead Deloitte’s participation in the Inroads internship program placing talented minority youth in business and industry while preparing them for corporate and community leadership.

Campos graduated summa cum laude with a degree in economics-accounting from CMC.


Heidi Nelson Cruz ’94
Managing Director, Private Wealth Management Group
Goldman Sachs & Company


Cruz, who graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in economics and international relations from CMC in 1994, is a managing director in the Private Wealth Management Group at Goldman Sachs, Texas. She and her two partners work with clients to implement high net worth portfolios across a range of investments and asset classes, including complex derivatives products, private equity, hedge funds, single stock risk management, U.S. and international equities, and fixed income.

Ms. Cruz began her career as an investment banker with JPMorgan in New York, focusing on international structured finance and subsequently on Latin America mergers and acquisitions.

In 2000, she served on the Bush 2000 Campaign in Austin as one of President George W. Bush's three economic advisors. She also served in the Administration as the economic director for the Western Hemisphere at the National Security Council at the White House, advising the President and then-National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. She also is a former director at the U.S. Treasury Department and was special policy assistant to Ambassador Robert B. Zoellick, then Chief U.S. international trade negotiator.

In addition to her private-sector work, Heidi served on the Board of Directors of Living Water International, dedicated to providing clean water and sanitation equipment in the developing world. Her publications include the book chapter, "Expanding Opportunity Through Free Trade," in Thank You, President Bush; a chapter in Exchange Rate Policies for Emerging Market Economies; and a Harvard Case Study: "American International Group." She also is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

After graduating from CMC, Ms. Cruz received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and a master's of European Business from Universite Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium.


Nicholas Daifotis

Nicholas Daifotis ’79 P’17
Retired Managing Director of High Yield Capital Markets
RBC Capital Markets, LLC


Nicholas Daifotis recently retired as the Managing Director of High Yield Capital Markets at RBC Capital Markets, LLC. Previously, Mr. Daifotis was the head of financial sponsor coverage at Barclays Capital..


Alan Delsman ’68
Deputy Head of Credit Risk Management – Global Investment Bank, Corporates
Deutsche Bank AG


Alan Delsman graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a B.A. in International Relations in 1968 and from the University of Washington with a M.A. in Political Science in 1970.

In 2001 Mr. Delsman joined Deutsche Bank, where he is the Head of Credit Risk Management for the Americas responsible for corporations within the Investment Bank. He also is the Deputy Head for this responsibility globally. His first role at Deutsche was as Chief Credit Officer for Latin America.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr. Delsman worked for The Chase Manhattan Bank, where he held a variety of positions that included assignments in Tehran, London, Panama, Miami and New York.


Christopher Dodds P’13 P’15
Operating Executive & Senior Advisor
The Carlyle Group


Joining Carlyle Global Financial Services Partners on November 1, 2008, Christopher Dodds is an Operating Executive and Senior Advisor. He is based in San Francisco.
Previously, Mr. Dodds served as the Chief Financial Officer from 1999 to May 18, 2007, Executive Vice President from 1998 to May 18, 2007, Corporate Controller from November 1997 to March 1999, Corporate Treasurer from 1993 to 1997, and Principal Accounting Officer at The Charles Schwab Corporation where he was involved in strategic planning, financial planning and analysis, treasury, taxation, corporate accounting, external and regulatory reporting, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, risk management and corporate real estate.

He served as Chief Financial Officer since 1999, Executive Vice President since 1998, and Vice President of Corporate Finance and Mergers and Acquisitions from 1989 to 1993 at Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. Mr. Dodds joined the firm in 1986 and had held a variety of financial positions in treasury, financial planning and analysis, and corporate development. Prior to that, he served in the treasury departments of Gulf Oil and Exxon.
Prior to joining Carlyle in November 2008, Mr. Dodds was Senior Advisor to TPG from November 2007 through October 2008.

Mr. Dodds serves as a Director of The TCW Group, Inc., Charles Schwab Bank, BAMCO Inc., and Baron Capital Management, Inc. He serves as a Director of U.S. Trust NY. Mr. Dodds has been a Director of Investment Technology Group Inc. since June 2008. He served as a Director of USTC and Cost Plus Inc. since June 23, 2006.

Mr. Dodds earned his M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and his bachelor’s degree from Clemson University, where he was captain of the men’s varsity basketball team.


Maureen Downey

Maureen Downey ’93
Pantheon Ventures


Maureen Downey is a Principal in the Global Secondary team at Pantheon Ventures and focuses on sourcing, analyzing and executing secondary and direct investment opportunities in the private equity sector as well as emerging market investments with an emphasis on Latin America. She has also been responsible for initiating and managing Pantheon's Latin American business development as well as construction and launch of Pantheon's inaugural Global Emerging Markets Fund.

Prior to joining Pantheon, Maureen was a Vice President in Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs, & Co. Maureen joined Goldman Sachs in their London office in 1998 in the Leverage Finance and M&A Group and then later transferred in 2003 to the San Francisco office to cover the healthcare sector. Maureen's execution experience includes a variety of cross-border and domestic M&A and leveraged buy-out transactions, debt restructuring assignments as well as a broad spectrum of capital market financings from equity to high yield across multiple industries.

Before joining Goldman Sachs, Maureen worked for Merrill Lynch in New York in their Fixed Income Division for three years executing public and private transactions for both domestic and international clients in the structured and leveraged finance markets.

Maureen graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors with a Bachelor of Arts dual degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and Economics from Claremont McKenna College and a MBA from Wharton's Graduate School of Business.


Russell Greenberg ’79 P'18
Managing Partner
Altus Capital Partners


Russell J. Greenberg co-founded Altus Capital Partners in 2003 to continue the successful investment strategy of his previous fund, Max Capital Partners. He serves as Managing Partner, utilizing his 25 plus years of experience in private equity and buyout investing with more than 100 buyouts corporate finance and merger transactions with an aggregate value of more than $6 billion.

Before forming the Altus Capital and Max Capital funds, Russ held executive positions at investment banks including Brean Murray Securities Inc.; Daiwa Securities America Inc.; and Prudential-Bache Capital Securities. As Managing Partner at Altus Capital Partners, he serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Thomson Plastics, Inc. and Aqua-Chem, Inc., and serves on the board of International Imaging Materials, Inc. Thermafiber, Inc. and Gulfco Holding Corp.

Russ is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College with an honors degree in Economics and holds an MBA from The Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College.


Christopher Harris ’98
Damitz, Brooks, Nightingale, Turner, and Morrisset


Chris is an audit partner who joined the firm in 2012 after more than 12 years of experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP. He has a cumulative total of 16 years of experience in public accounting, during which he provided a variety of assurance services including audits, reviews, agreed upon procedures, and internal control assessments. His industry experience encompasses a broad range of industries including not-for-profit organizations, higher education, health care organizations, and employee benefit plans.

Chris has both developed and instructed technical professional development programs for both staff and clients on various financial reporting and internal control related topics. He has also been a contributor to the Wiley not-for-profit accounting guide.

Chris received a Bachelor of the Arts in Economics and Accounting (magna cum laude) from Claremont McKenna College. He is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is also a member of the Association of Fraud Examiners.

Chris has been an active participant in a number of community service endeavors including the United Way, Boys and Girls Club of East Los Angeles, the Organic Soup Kitchen and Tree People. He serves as a board member for Santa Barbara Meals on Wheels, the Santa Barbara Symphony, and C.A.R.E.4Paws. Chris is also a board member for Claremont McKenna College’s Robert Day School of Economics and Finance. In addition he is involved in number of alumni organizations including serving as a mentor to current students through the Mentor Café program.


Alan Heuberger ’96
Portfolio Manager


Mr. Heuberger serves on the Board of Directors for America’s Foundation for Chess, and also serves on investment committees for the College Success Foundation, the UNCF, and The Overlake School, where he also served as a Trustee from 2003 to 2006. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1999.

Mr. Heuberger received a B.A. degree in economics and mathematics from Claremont McKenna College in 1996.


Stella Ho '97
Senior Vice President
Moelis & Company


Stella Ho is a Senior Vice President in Business Management at Moelis & Company. She joined the firm in 2009 and has been in the investment banking industry for over 10 years. From 2004 to 2008, Ms. Ho was a Director and Business Manager for UBS Investment Bank, overseeing operations for the Los Angeles and San Francisco offices as well as the Global Technology Investment Banking Group. Prior to this, she was an Associate Director in the Investment Banking Division at UBS from 2002 to 2004 and a Senior Associate Consultant in the Financial Advisory Services Group at PricewaterhouseCoopers from 1997 to 2000.

Ms. Ho holds a B.A. in Economics-Accounting, cum laude from Claremont McKenna College and an M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.


Andrew J. Kaiser P'13
Chief Operating Officer,
Goldman Sachs
Bank USA


Andrew Kaiser is chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs Bank USA. Mr. Kaiser is responsible for strategy, business development, private banking, operations and technology. Previously, he was responsible for building and running Private Banking within Private Wealth Management.

Mr. Kaiser joined the firm in Mortgage Finance in Fixed Income in 1986. From 1987 to 1996, he was a member of the Financial Institutions Group in the Investment Banking Division (IBD) and was based in both Los Angeles and New York. From 1997 to 2005, Mr. Kaiser was head of the Risk Markets Group, a joint venture of IBD and FICC, responsible for corporate risk securitization and risk management. He was named managing director in 1997 and partner in 2006.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Kaiser was an associate at Merrill Lynch and an analyst at Becker Paribas. He is a member of the Board of Directors of NatureServe, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the scientific basis for effective environmental conservation action. He is also a former co-chairman of the Risk-Linked Securities Sub-Committee of the Bond Market Association.

Mr. Kaiser received a BA from Stanford University in 1983.


Christine Huk Mann ’87
Vice Presiden
Goldman Sachs & Company


Ms. Mann is a Vice President in Private Wealth Management at Goldman, Sachs & Co in New York. She has 20 years of finance and tax experience. Ms. Mann is part of an eight person team whose clients consist of private company owners, Fortune 500 executives, families with substantial wealth, foundations, and endowments. Ms. Mann’s team leverages the firm’s resources to enhance clients’ ability to grow and protect assets by providing asset allocation and investment implementation, access to external investment managers and trust and estate advisory capabilities.

Ms. Mann joined Goldman Sachs in 2000 From Banc of America Securities where she worked in fixed income. She received her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Chicago. Prior to attending business school, Ms. Mann worked as a sales consultant for Paychex Inc. and was a CPA with a focus on taxation with both Deloitte and Touche and Atlantic Richfield Corp. Ms. Mann graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a BA in Economics and Accounting. She lives in Chatham, New Jersey with her husband Ray and two sons.


I. Joseph Massoud '89
Managing Partner
Anholt Services (USA) Inc.


Joseph Massoud is the Managing Partner of Anholt Services (USA), Inc. after joining the company at its inception in 2013. He was previously the CEO of Compass Diversified Holdings (NYSE: CODI) and the Managing Partner of Compass Group Management LLC, the primary investment advisor for the Kattegat Trust, from 1998 to 2012. Mr. Massoud was also a member of CODI’s board of directors. Previously, Mr. Massoud was with a retail heating oil distributor, Petroleum Heat and Power, Inc.; an investment advisor, Colony Capital, Inc.; and a global consulting firm, McKinsey & Co.

Mr. Massoud has served as a board member of Teekay LNG Partners (NYSE: TGP) and is currently a board member of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut and Families Network of Western Connecticut. Mr. Massoud is responsible for the day to day management of Anholt Services (USA), Inc.

Mr. Massoud is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and the Harvard Business School.


Susan Matteson-King ’85 P'18
Head of Sales Strategy and Marketing, Americas
​UBS Asset Management


Ms. King is a managing director with Allianz Global Investors, which she joined in 2013. As the chief marketing officer in the US, she is responsible for driving the overall US marketing strategy for the institutional and intermediary channels. Ms. King is also responsible for leading initiatives that broaden the strategic reach of the Allianz Global Investors brand and is a member of the US Executive Committee. She has 29 years of investment-industry experience. Ms. King was previously the global head of marketing for Morgan Stanley Investment Management. In addition, she worked at Legg Mason and its predecessor, Citigroup Asset Management as head of marketing for US Distribution, at Alliance in several marketing- and product-focused roles; and as an investment banker at Paine Webber in New York and Hong Kong. Ms. King received a B.A. in economics from Claremont McKenna College in 1985 and has been serving as CMCAA President-elect, Chairman of the Nominating Committee since July 2013.


Therese Mrozek P’15
Managing Partner
Partner, COO and CCO
Weston Presidio


Ms. Therese A. Mrozek, J.D. is a Partner, the Chief Operating Officer, and the Chief Compliance Officer at Weston Presidio. She joined the firm in January 2001. Ms. Mrozek is primarily responsible for managing the execution of the firm’s strategic objectives and daily administrative functions. She manages the due diligence and legal processes with respect to the Firm investments and liquidity events.

Previously, Ms. Mrozek served as a Senior Partner at Brobeck, Phleger and Harrison LLP where she was a Managing Partner of the firm’s Palo Alto office. Also, she was a Partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. In addition to working with numerous emerging companies throughout Silicon Valley, she acted as a primary outside counsel for Cisco Systems and was responsible for managing their mergers and acquisitions process.

Previously, she served on the Board of Directors of Hanna Andersson and Apple American group. She served as Director of SquareTrade. Ms. Mrozek has been named as one of the leading lawyers in Silicon Valley by San Jose Magazine and listed by Chambers and Partners among the world’s leading lawyers.

Additionally, Ms. Mrozek currently serves on the Board of Directors of Purcell Systems. In addition, she is also a board observer for Robbins Bros.

Ms. Mrozek holds a J.D., cum laude, from Northwestern University, and a B.S., cum laude, from the University of California at Berkeley.


Thomas Neff ’76
Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer
FibroGen, Inc.


Mr. Neff is the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer for FibroGen, Inc.


John R. Shrewsberry '87
Senior Executive Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
Wells Fargo & Company


Senior Executive Vice President John Shrewsberry is the chief financial officer responsible for Wells Fargo’s financial management functions including controllers, financial reporting, tax management, asset-liability management, treasury, corporate development and investor relations. Mr. Shrewsberry is also responsible for Wells Fargo’s investment portfolios as well as the company’s corporate properties functions and strategic planning. He serves on the Wells Fargo Operating, Management, and Market Risk Committees and is based in San Francisco.

A 20-year veteran of banking and investing, Mr. Shrewsberry served as head of Wells Fargo Securities from 2006 through May 2014, where he was responsible for investment banking, capital markets, institutional fixed income, equity, and derivatives sales and trading, investment research, and a credit-intensive principal investment portfolio. From 2001 through 2005, he was the group head of Wells Fargo Commercial Capital, the successor to a commercial finance company he co-founded that became part of Wells Fargo in 2001. Previously, Mr. Shrewsberry worked at Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse First Boston in the principal finance areas. He started his career as a Certified Public Accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.

Mr. Shrewsberry earned his B.A. in economics from Claremont McKenna College and an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management.

He currently serves on the board for the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation. Committed to serving the communities around him, he also serves on the boards of the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, the Yale School of Management and is active with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.


Robert Thomas ’99
Chief Investment Officer
The George Kaiser Family Foundation


Mr. Robert Thomas serves as the Chief Investment Officer for the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Mr. Thomas is responsible for the financial administration and management of its $4 billion investment portfolio. For the previous 10 years, he served as a Portfolio Manager for the Bill Gates Investment Office, otherwise known as Cascade Investment, which invests the personal assets of Mr. Gates as well as the assets of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In his capacity working for Bill Gates Investment, he held several different Portfolio Manager positions, with the most recent responsibility being oversight of all externally managed fund relationships (public and private). Previous areas of responsibility have included energy/commodities, fixed income, currencies and general public and private equity analysis.

He serves as a Director at Memjet, Ltd. and is a Member of the Oklahoma State Treasurers Investment Advisory Council.

Mr. Thomas earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from Claremont McKenna College, Magna Cum Laude and is a CFA Charterholder.


Julius Wang P’14 P’15
Managing Director
Samena Asia Managers


Mr. Wang is the Head of Samena Asia Managers. Prior to joining Samena Capital, he was a Managing Director with Vision Investment Management in charge of the firm’s Hedge Fund Seeding Group. He has 18 years of experience in the investment management industry. Prior to Vision, Mr. Wang started and ran the Asian investment operations for a US based multi-strategy fund, and before that, managed a multi-billion, multi-strategy portfolio of hedge funds for a prominent family office in Hong Kong. Mr. Wang has 7 years of private equity experience investing and operating companies throughout Greater China. He has been a Managing Director of three companies encompassing consumer and industrial products where he led restructurings. Mr. Wang began his career with IBM and later joined the Boston Consulting Group. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor's degree in Economics and received his MBA from the Harvard Business School.