Dennis has been in the technology industry for nearly 30 years and watched the growth of the personal computer industry, the internet, and the new mobile internet with great interest. Professionally, Dennis has served many roles in the information technology and internet economy including: designing and implementing wide area networks , Windows/ Unix/ OSX systems administration, database design and development, and web programming. He is currently the Director of Web Services for a small private biotech research firm called BioMedGPS.
Dennis has been investing in equities since 1990, though the bulk of his experience with equities is over the past 15 years.
I began my professional career as a capital markets lawyer at the New York firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. In 2010, I returned to Notre Dame (’05 undergrad) for my MBA and graduated ('12) with an Investments concentration. I currently work as an equity analyst for an asset manager.
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