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  • Christopher J. Ailman

    Chief Investment Officer, California State Teachers’ Retirement System

    Mr. Ailman has been the chief investment officer of CalSTRS for 19 years. He leads an investment staff of 170 and oversees a portfolio valued at $246 billion as of October 31, 2019. He has over 37 years of institutional investment experience. Each year, he is recognized as one of the top CIOs both in the U.S. and globally, and he is chair of the SASB Investor Advisory Group, helping promote integration of the standards in security analysis and portfolio construction. In 2016, he was part of the first cohort to achieve a Fundamentals of Sustainable Accounting (FSA) credential. He has served on several boards and advisory boards in the U.S. and U.K. He is the North American chair of the 300 Club, a group of leading investment professionals from around the globe, and is co-chair of the Milken Global Capital Markets Committee. He has received numerous awards and recognitions, from CIO of the Year in 2000 to being named the number three CIO in the world and Investment Innovator of the Year in 2013. In November 2017, Mr. Ailman received Institutional Investor magazine’s first Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Ailman is a regular guest on the TV and radio and is frequently quoted in in major financial publications. He has a BA from UC Santa Barbara, is married with three daughters and is a committed Promise Keeper.

  • Richard Bersch

    Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Alternative Asset Management, Inc.,

    Mr. Bersch is the Head of Relative Value and Macro/Opportunistic Research for J.P. Morgan Alternative Asset Management Hedge Fund & Alternative Credit Solutions. He is a member of the JPMAAM Investment Committee and Research & Portfolio Management Group. Prior to joining JPMAAM in 2002, Mr. Bersch worked for Triple J Trading, LLC, an equity derivatives trading and market–making company for 6 years, from 1996 until 2002. He spent his first five years at Triple J on the floor of the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) where he made markets in some of the most actively traded equity options in the world, including JP Morgan Chase, America Online, and the Nasdaq 100 Tracking Stock. In 2001, he left the floor to become the lead quantitative analyst for Triple J’s proprietary account. In that role, he was responsible for trade evaluation, selection, and risk management for a portfolio of equity options. Mr. Bersch received his M.S. in Physics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University.

  • Andre Bertolotti

    Head of Global Sustainable Research and Data, BlackRock Sustainable Investing (BSI)

    Andre Bertolotti, CFA,  is a head of Global Sustainable Research and Data with BlackRock Sustainable Investing (BSI).  He is responsible for establishing and providing leadership to the global team in creating a platform ESG research capability, supporting sustainable investment solutions across the firm and developing sustainable investment insights and strategies.

    Prior to joining BlackRock in 2018, Andre was a Partner and Director of Research at Quotient Investors, developing and managing sustainable investment strategies.  His work in quantitative research and product development spanned roles with the Industrial Bank of Japan, DLIBJ, Innovest and Barra in San Francisco, New York and London.

    Andre holds an MBA in Finance from UC Berkeley a Masters in Engineering from UC Berkeley and a BS from Virginia Tech.

  • Edwin Denson

    Managing Director, Asset & Rick Allocations, State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB)

    Edwin joined the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) in 2018 as managing director, asset and risk allocation. Before joining SWIB, Edwin was managing director, strategic tilting, at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB). Prior to joining CPPIB in 2013, Edwin spent 13 years in asset allocation, currency, and risk management as a portfolio manager at William Blair & Company, managing member at Singer Partners LLC, and managing director and head of asset allocation at UBS Global Asset Management. Earlier in his career, Edwin was an economist at Lehman Brothers, Primark Decision Economics, and Putnam Investments, and he also briefly managed a commodity trading adviser and a quantitative equity strategy. Edwin holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Cornell University and a PhD in economics from Northwestern University.

  • Robin Diamonte

    Chief Investment Officer, United Technologies Corporation

    Diamonte joined United Technologies Corp. as Chief Investment Officer in December 2004. She is responsible for overseeing UTC’s $66B in global retirement assets. This includes $30B in domestic pension plans, $9B in foreign pension plans and $27B in the defined contribution plan. Diamonte serves on UTC’s Finance Council and is an executive sponsor for UTC’s Finance Inclusion Forum. Prior to joining UTC, she spent thirteen years with Verizon Investment Management. She served as Managing Director of Global Investments, responsible for asset allocation and management for their $40B pension plan. In 2013, Robin was appointed by President Obama and served as a member and chair of the Advisory Committee for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation for six years. Ms. Diamonte has been an Independent Director of Morningstar, Inc. since December 2015.  She also serves on the board for the Committee on Investment of Employee Benefit Assets (CIEBA), representing more than 100 of the country’s largest private sector retirement funds on fiduciary and investment issues in Washington. Diamonte earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and her MBA in finance from the University of New Haven.

  • Dennis Duerst

    President, 3M Investment Management Corporation

    Dennis Duerst is President, 3M Investment Management Corporation and Director of 3M’s Benefit Funds Investment organization, where he is responsible for all aspects of defined benefit and defined contribution investments totaling over $32 billion.  Prior to his current assignment which he has held since 2003, Mr. Duerst was Director – Financial Risk Management at 3M where he led 3M’s global capital markets and risk management activities. Mr. Duerst serves on numerous external boards and advisory committees. He is a member of the Investment Advisory Council for the Minnesota State Board of Investments. He is a member of the Board of Directors and chairs the Finance and Investment Committee for the St. Croix Valley Foundation. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking at the University of Wisconsin School of Business. He was an original member of the Board of Directors of the Committee on the Investment of Employee Benefit Assets (CIEBA) and serves on its public policy task force. Mr. Duerst serves on the advisory committees for several private equity and private capital funds. Mr. Duerst received a BBA in Finance and Management from the University of Wisconsin- Madison and an MBA from the University of Minnesota – Carlson School, and is a CFA charterholder.  3M, headquartered in St. Paul, MN, is a leading global, diversified, technology and manufacturing company with over 90,000 employees worldwide.

  • Stuart Dunbar

    Partner, Baillie Gifford International LLC

    Stuart graduated BA in Finance and Business Law from the University of Strathclyde in 1993. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2003 having previously worked with Dresdner RCM in Hong Kong and Aberdeen Asset Management in the UK. Stuart is a Partner in the firm, overseeing relationships with finan­cial institutions as well as contributing to consultant relationships, marketing and client servicing activities in Europe and Asia. Stuart sits on the firm’s Health Innovation product group and is a regular speaker and participant in various industry and regulatory initiatives that seek to refocus the investment industry on its core purpose of long-term and sustainable wealth creation for clients and society.

  • Joe Fazzino

    Senior Director Pension Investments, United Technologies Corporation

    Joe Fazzino is Senior Director of the United Technologies Corporation Pension Investments team, with oversight of approximately $50B B in defined benefit and contribution assets.  He is actively involved in most aspects of UTC’s investment processes including the management of total fund asset allocation, tactical and long term strategy setting, and ongoing market research.  He is directly responsible for the defined benefit plan’s fixed income, real estate, and private equity asset classes totaling $17B .  Within the defined contribution plan he is responsible for all aspects of an $8B in-house managed stable value fund.  In addition to asset oversight Joe contributes to the company’s longer term pension initiatives, having lead a pension risk transfer transaction in 2016, and a borrow-to-fund initiative in 2017 which fully funded the U.S. DB plan.  Recently he was made a trustee for UTC’s U.K. Pension Plans.  He has been a member of UTC Pension Investments since March of 2008.  Past experience includes asset management and capital markets related work at JP Morgan and Bank of America.  Joe has his MBA from Fordham University.   He was named one of the 40 under 40 by CIO magazine in 2015.  In 2017 he was appointed by CT Governor Dannel Malloy to the Connecticut Retirement Security Authority, a quasi-public/private entity charged with designing and implementing a program to provide private-sector employees in the State of CT with retirement savings accounts.

  • Mark Fawcett

    Chief Investment Officer, NEST Corporation

    Mark joined NEST in 2008 and has been an investment manager for the over 30 years and managed money at a variety of institutions. At Gartmore, Mark was head of Japanese equities while at American Express Asset Management International, he was chief investment officer.  Before joining NEST, Mark was a partner at the boutique investment manager Thames River Capital LLP. Mark has an MA Maths & Philosophy from Oxford University & an MSc Management from London Business School. He has non-executive roles on the investment committee of USS and as chair of EDHEC-Risk’s International Advisory Board.

  • Stephen Gilmore

    Chief Investment Officer, NZ Superfund

    Stephen joined the Guardians in early 2019. As Chief Investment Officer, he is responsible for overseeing the Asset Allocation, Responsible Investment, External Investments & Partnerships, and Direct Investment teams. Prior to this, Stephen was the Chief Investment Strategist at the Future Fund, Australia’s sovereign wealth fund.  In this role he was responsible for Investment Strategy, Investment Risk, Derivative Overlays and Investment (technology) Solutions, a team which acted as an interface between investment and technology.  Earlier in his career Stephen held senior strategy roles in London and Hong Kong with AIG Financial Products and Morgan Stanley.  He has also worked with the International Monetary Fund in Washington, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in Wellington, and Chase Manhattan in London. Stephen was previously a member of the Australian Foreign Exchange Committee and the Institute for International Finance Market Monitoring Group.

  • Britt Harris

    President, CEO and Chief Investment Officer, UTIMCO

    Britt Harris has more than 30 years of investment experience leading several of the largest, most successful, and most innovative investment organizations in America. In addition, Mr. Harris is currently a member of the President’s Working Group for Financial Markets and an advisor to the New York Federal Reserve. He is one of only a few people who have worked extensively in both the private and public sectors. Mr. Harris is currently the President, CEO and CIO at the University of Texas/Texas A&M University Investment Management Company (UTIMCO) which is the largest public endowment in America. Prior to his arrival at UTIMCO, he was the CIO for the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), the CEO for Bridgewater Associates and was also the CIO and President for Verizon Investment Management Corporation. Previously Mr. Harris was a managing director for Asea Brown Boveri in Europe. Mr. Harris got his start in his home state of Texas. He has three times been named one of America’s leading pension plan investment chiefs. Mr. Harris has been consistently named one of the top five asset investors in the world. In 2013 he was honored with a lifetime achievement for distinguished service to the financial industry. Mr. Harris also serves as an executive professor for “Titans of Investing” at his alma mater Texas A&M University and The University of Texas. He has also guest lectured on investments and public policy at Harvard, Princeton and Yale. In addition, he is a frequent speaker on various spiritual matters and serves on a variety of public and private boards. Mr. Harris has been married for more than 35 years to his high school sweetheart. He and his wife Julia have four children and live in Austin, Texas.

  • David Holmgren

    Chief Investment Officer, Hartford HealthCare

    David joined Hartford HealthCare as its Chief Investment Officer to build a comprehensive, sustainable best-in-class structure for Hartford HealthCare members to efficiently pool their endowment, pension and insurance assets. Prior to joining HHC in May of 2010, David was Principal Investment Officer for the Connecticut State Treasury for 4 years and Executive Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager at DSI/UBS Asset Management for 13 years. Prior work experience includes three years in London doing brokerage and securities research. David is widely recognized for his long-term, top quartile performance record and often referenced as an industry expert on institutional manager selection, asset allocation and risk function design. David earned his MBA at Columbia University, BA in Economics at Denison University and studied French at Yale University.

  • Ari Jacobs

    Senior Partner, Global Head of Retirement Innovation, Aon R&I

    Ari is a Senior Partner and Global Head of Retirement Innovation working in Aon’s Norwalk, Connecticut office. He focuses on developing and implementing strategies and solutions that manage corporate pension plan risks. Ari has been with Aon for 25 years, rejoining the firm in 2009 after spending the prior two years in Citigroup’s Global Investment Banking group as a Managing Director and Head of the Retirement Benefits Advisory Group. He also serves on the Board of Aon Securities, Inc. In 2013, Institutional Investor magazine named Ari to their inaugural Pension 40 edition which listed “the 40 most influential people in the battle to decide the future of US pensions.” In each year from 2012 through 2017, CIO magazine named Ari as one of the top ten Most Influential Pension Consultants in their annual Knowledge Brokers edition for his authority on pension risk transfers and deal-making achievements, including number one in the inaugural 2012 list. He is a frequent speaker on pension settlement and de-risking solutions across the US and Canada. Ari is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

  • Elizabeth Jourdan

    Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Mercy

    Elizabeth Jourdan is the Deputy Chief Investment Officer for Mercy Health, a non-profit health system in the Midwest. She is responsible for portfolio management, due diligence, and sourcing of unique investment opportunities for Mercy’s $3B investment portfolio. Elizabeth also leads Mercy’s socially responsible investing initiative. Elizabeth previously served as an Assistant Vice President of Investments at Allied World, a publicly-traded P&C insurance company with a $9B investment portfolio.  Prior to Allied World, she was an investment strategist at Prime Advisors, a core fixed-income asset manager. Elizabeth is Vice President & Co-Founder of the St. Louis Women in Investments Network (STLWIN). She is also a member of the Archdiocese of St. Louis’s investment committee, and a board member for the CFA Society St. Louis. Elizabeth received her BA from Babson College (Boston, MA) and is a CFA

  • Kevin M. Leonard

    Partner, NEPC

    Kevin joined NEPC in 2007 and his career in the financial services industry began in 1991 and the investment consulting industry in 1994.  His consulting responsibilities and background include servicing public pension plans, Taft-Hartley pension funds, hospital, endowments, and foundations.  Kevin is the team leader for the NEPC Public Fund Consulting Practice and is also a member of NEPC’s Due Diligence Committee and Large Cap Equity Research Advisory Committee. Prior to joining NEPC, Kevin was a Vice President/Partner at Segal Advisors.  Prior to working at Segal Advisors, he was a Consultant at The Hannah Consulting Group, and worked at State Street Bank and Trust Company. Kevin received his B.A. in Business Management from Assumption College.  He served on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Public Pension Forum and is a frequent speaker at educational conferences and association seminars.  Kevin was recognized as the 2012 Public Plan Consultant of the Year by Money Management Intelligence.  Kevin was also a nominee for the same award in 2011. 

  • Kathleen Lutito

    President and Chief Investment Officer, CenturyLink Investment Management

    Kathleen “Kathy” Lutito, Chief Investment Officer, is responsible for the investment management of over $18 billion in assets in the various employee benefit trusts which include pension and healthcare trusts and 401(k) savings plan. She and her investment staff are responsible for the asset allocation and investment strategies for the trust assets; selecting and monitoring internal and external investment managers, trustees and other service providers. Ms. Lutito has over 30 years of investment experience and received a Bachelor’s degree from Western State Colorado University and a Master’s in finance from the University of Colorado and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.  Outside of CenturyLink, Ms. Lutito is a member of the Committee on Investment of Employee Benefit Assets (CIEBA), the University of Colorado Investment Advisory Committee, serves as a community member on the Investment Committee for The Colorado Trust, an external advisor for Exelon Corporation’s Investment Committee and serves as an independent Board Trustee for Lord Abbett & Company, LLC.

  • Chad Myhre

    Director of Investments, Heinz Family Office

    Chad Myhre currently serves as a Director of Investments at the Heinz Family Office where he works as a generalist covering all asset classes.  Chad previously managed an equity portfolio for the Public Schools’ Retirement Systems of Missouri and a hedge fund portfolio for the Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System. He is a CFA and a CAIA charter holder and was the recipient of the 2018 NextGen of the Year award in 2018.

  • Novisi Nirschl

    Director, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

    Novisi Nirschl is a Director, Investments within the Investments Office of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where she is a member of the senior investment team that manages assets for the endowment. Additionally, she provides leadership across the entire pension plan investment portfolio, inclusive of public investments and liability management.  She was previously a Vice President at Fortress Investment Group where she primarily made investments in private equity and real asset funds in New York. Prior to joining Fortress, Ms. Nirschl worked at Partners Group in the Private Equity Investment Management practice in Switzerland and New York. Prior to that she also worked at Lincolnshire Management investing in leveraged buyouts and at CSFB focused on energy-related M&A. Ms. Nirschl has an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and a BA from Harvard College.

  • Sunder Ramkumar

    Senior Vice President Client Analytics Team, Capital Group

    Sunder Ramkumar is a senior manager, client analytics, at Capital Group, home of American Funds. He has 15 years of investment industry experience and has been with Capital Group for four years. Prior to joining Capital, Sunder was a managing director and portfolio manager on the Multi-Asset Portfolio Strategies team at BlackRock. Sunder’s research on asset allocation and optimal investment strategies has been published in several financial journals including, The Financial Analysts Journal, The Journal of Portfolio Management and The Journal of Fixed Income. He holds a master’s degree in management science and engineering from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Mangalore University, India. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation. Sunder is based in New York.

  • Susan Ridlen

    Assistant Treasurer and Chief Investment Officer, Eli Lilly and Company

    Susan Ridlen is an Assistant Treasurer at Eli Lilly and Company, and since 2005 has operated as the Chief Investment Officer for Lilly’s $20 billion U.S. retirement plan portfolios. Prior to this role, Susan held various financial leadership positions in Treasury, Manufacturing and Business Unit roles within Lilly from 1991-2005. Ms. Ridlen received an MBA in Corporate Finance and a B.S. in Accountancy from the University of Illinois and she holds a CPA.  Susan is a current member and board member of CIEBA and Chair of the CIEBA Investment Committee; she is also the Chair of the Investment Committee and a board member of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Foundation; she is the Chair of an Indianapolis real estate partnership; and a member

  • Mark A. Schmid

    Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, University of Chicago

    Mark is the vice president and chief investment officer of the University of Chicago. He is responsible for the management of the university’s investment assets, valued at $14 billion. Before joining the University in 2009, Mark served as vice president and chief investment officer of The Boeing Company. There, he was responsible for managing Boeing’s $70 billion in retirement assets. He was also a member of Boeing’s employee benefit investment committee and corporate investment committee. Prior to Boeing, Mark worked for DaimlerChrysler Corporation (DCC) for 17 years in various accounting, finance, and treasury positions, including treasurer at Chrysler Canada and as CIO for six years, managing DCC’s $30 billion pension and 401(k) plans. He also served on various investment committees there. Before DCC, he was an auditor at KPMG. Mark graduated with a BS in accounting from the University of Detroit, Mercy. He also earned an MBA in finance from Wayne State University in Detroit and is a certified public accountant.

  • Tarik Serri

    Director, Hedge Funds & Alternative Investments, Trans-Canada Capital (former Air Canada Pension Investments)

    Tarik Serri is Director, Hedge Funds & Alternative Investments at Trans-Canada Capital Inc. (TCC), former Air Canada Pension Investments since 2011. He has cumulated over 16 years of investment experience having previously worked as an analyst and investment advisor at prior institutions. He is responsible for the ongoing management, monitoring and research for TCC’s Hedge Fund and Private Debt portfolios which are part of a diversified alternatives program investing in Global Hedge Funds & Alternative Strategies. Tarik is a member of the External Management Investment Committee (EMIC) responsible for the selection & management of the Pension’s external managers and asset allocation decisions as well as the assessment of illiquid co- investment opportunities. Tarik is also a member of the Quantitative Investment Committee responsible for generating investment ideas and monitoring of the Pension’s portfolio of internal investment decisions. He also serves as an Advisory Board member of multiple external alternative funds. Tarik holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Concordia University and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from HEC University. He has also completed the Canadian Securities Course offered by the Canadian Securities Institute and is a CFA and CAIA charter holder. He is also a recipient of the NextGen 2019 nomination.

  • Edgar Smith

    Managing Director, University of Southern California Investment Office

    Edgar Smith is a Managing Director at the University of Southern California Investment Office focusing on the Endowment’s hedge fund and equity investments.  Mr. Smith is involved in all aspects of the manager evaluation process for existing and prospective investments.  Prior to joining USC in 2012, he was a Senior Analyst at the Archstone Partnerships where he evaluated hedge fund investments across strategies.  Previously, he was also a Partner and Investment Officer at Lasair Capital and an Associate Director at Pacific Alternative Asset Management. He began his career at JPMorgan in the Hedge Fund Counterparty Risk and Equity Derivatives desks. He holds a B.A in economics and history from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia University.  Mr. Smith is a CFA charterholder. 

  • Samantha Stephens

    Responsible Investment Analyst , Mirova

    Samantha Stephens is the analyst for utilities, industrials, and renewable energy at Mirova, an investment manager dedicated to sustainable investing. In addition to securities analysis, she has written research papers on topics including measurement of portfolio climate scenarios, a roadmap for fossil fuel companies, and the pros and cons of nuclear power. Prior to joining Mirova in 2015, she worked at MIT as a research assistant in computational materials science, simulating novel materials for applications in solar cells and carbon capture. Ms. Stephens speaks several languages, and has extensive knowledge of global energy infrastructure and the companies that own it. She holds a BA in Physics from Wellesley College and a MS in Sustainable Development from HEC Paris.

  • Anthony S. Waskiewicz, Jr.

    Former Chief Investment Officer, Mercy

    Anthony S. Waskiewicz, Jr. is a skilled investor, team leader and industry expert with over 28 years of investment experience.  Mr. Waskiewicz has over fifteen years of experience as a chief investment officer, including a proven track record building a nationally recognized investment program. Mr. Waskiewicz most recently served as Chief Investment Officer for Mercy Health (St. Louis, MO) managing the AA- rated health system’s $3B investment program.  Mr. Waskiewicz joined Mercy in February 2010 as the system’s first chief investment officer charged with creating a top-performing investment program.  Under his leadership, Mercy has generated strong risk-adjusted returns while receiving industry recognition, including Institutional Investor – Investment Committee of the Year (2018), AI-CIO – Healthcare CIO of the Year (2018), Investor Intelligence Awards – Healthcare Plan of the Year (2015) and Healthcare Chief Investment Officer of the Year (2014)Tony has also been named on Trusted Insight’s Top 30 Healthcare CIO list.  Tony is currently ranked #31 on CIO’s Power 100 CIO list. Mr. Waskiewicz has hired and mentored an award-winning investment team at Mercy.  The team’s Deputy CIO was acknowledged with the prestigious AI-CIO’s Next Gen honor (2018 & 2019) and Top 40 Under 40 honor (2016) and as Most Wanted Next Generation CIO by Institutional Investor.  The team’s Senior Investment Analyst was honored as a Top 30 Women Rising Stars in Institutional Investing by TrustedInsight (2016). Prior to taking on his first role as CIO in 2004, Mr. Waskiewicz spent fifteen years in the asset management and advisory business, working with and learning from industry leaders at T. Rowe Price, Mercer Investment Consulting, Evergreen Investments and Morgan Stanley.   

  • Shawn Wischmeier

    Chief Investment Officer, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies

    Shawn Wischmeier joined Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies in March 2012 as chief investment officer of the grantmaking entities under the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies umbrella. Shawn manages an internal team of eleven investment professionals responsible for the investment strategy of all portfolios. Shawn previously was chief investment officer of the North Carolina Department of State Treasurer, where he was responsible for approximately $90 billion in assets under management. Before joining NCRS, he was chief investment officer of the $17 billion Indiana Public Employees’ Retirement Fund (Indiana PERF). Prior to joining Indiana PERF, Shawn was with Eli Lilly and Company’s Global Treasury group, where he held a variety of roles focused primarily on low-duration fixed income investments, asset-liability management, global working capital management, and pension management. Shawn earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He has an MBA degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern, where he majored in analytical finance, and a master’s degree in manufacturing management from Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. Shawn is a member of the Board of Directors for Camp Fire Minnesota.

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