Kip McDanielK.P "Kip" McDaniel is the Editor-in-Chief and Executive Vice President of Asset International’s Chief Investment Officer (CIO). Before becoming the founding editor in 2009, Kip was a member of the Canadian National Rowing Team. He has degrees from Harvard University and Cambridge University, and originally hails from Vancouver Island, Canada. He now resides in New York City.
SooJin Chun BuzelliSooJin Buzelli is Senior Vice President, Design & Production. SooJin has been art directing and designing magazines for more than 12 years. She implemented a new vision for the design of PLANSPONSOR magazine, and translated that success into the art direction of many Asset International's products, including PLANADVISER and Global Custodian magazines and the newest Asset International brand, CIO.
Leanna Orr Leanna Orr is the Managing Editor of CIO. She earned a Master's degree at the Columbia School of Journalism in order to fulfill her life-long ambition to write about pensions. Leanna also attended the University of British Columbia, and previously interned at the BBC and WNYC. Send news tips and compliments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEPUTY MANAGING EDITOR
Sage UmSage Um is the New York-based Deputy Managing Editor and joined CIO in August 2013 after graduating from Washington and Lee University with a degree in journalism. She has previously interned at the Korean Broadcasting Station and NY Arts Magazine. Please get in contact at email@example.com.
Nick ReeveNick Reeve joined CIO in May 2014 having spent four years
at the Financial Times' trade title
Investment Adviser. He began his career working at Pensions Management and Pensions Week, after
completing a journalism degree at the University of
Chester. He believes his hire has gone some way to addressing the obvious
gender imbalance on CIO. Send news, gossip, and tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy WhyteAmy Whyte is a staff writer based in New York. She joined CIO in August 2015 after graduating from Northwestern University, where she studied journalism and economics. Amy has previously written for TheStreet, Human Capital Media, and Inc. magazine. Please get in touch at email@example.com.