Retired executive from the healthcare and investment field. Twenty seven years serving on a mutual fund group's board, created an investment advisory company which was sold to the firm I later retired with. Buying firm was an international firm with over 45,000 employees. Served with that firm until retirement 11 years later.
Finance graduate with professional experience in commercial banking. Successfully passed Level I of the CFA Program (June 2016). June 2017 CFA Level II candidate.
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I am passionate about pursuing a career in the analysis of capital markets. As a strong mathematics student I began to apply myself in the field of economics and finance. I found at an early age I am very results driven and applying my skills to the analysis of equities is what drives me the most. When I started taking classes in economics and finance I took them very seriously. I took in everything I could from those courses and then more from research on my own. Very quickly I distinguished myself as a professional who is passionate in the field and was awarded the Larry T. Campbell Prize; an honored treasurer and comptroller of Hood College from 1968 - '81. In my undergraduate career I was also elected to be a Christine P. Tischer Scholar in the fulfillment of a Departmental Honors Research for the Economics and Business Administration department at Hood College. The financial study was very enduring and rewarding in which the results I have found can be located in, "The Undergraduate Economic Review," of Illinois Wesleyan University. I would like to continue a career in capital market analysis to further achieve upon my career aspirations and wake up everyday and love my job.