2016 Forty Under Forty

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    Erin Abouzaid, 36CIO
    Stony Brook Foundation (New York, NY)
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    Ryan Abrams, 31Portfolio Manager
    Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (Madison, WI)
  • Michael Ashmore, 35Principal, Hedge Fund Management
    Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System
    (New York, NY)
  • Michael Barry, 39CIO
    Georgetown University (Washington, DC)
  • Kevin Bong, 35Manager, Public Market Investments
    Ontario Public Service Employees Union Pension Trust (Toronto, Canada)
  • Josephine Cetti, 32Senior Portfolio Manager, Global and US Equities
    PensionDanmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Brett Chatfield, 34Investment Manager, Public Markets
    Cbus (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Helen Christie, 38Investment Executive
    BP Pension Scheme (London, UK)
  • Andrew Conner, 38Deputy CIO
    Johns Hopkins University Office of Investment Management (Baltimore, MD)
  • Todd Corbin, 39CIO
    New York Public Library (New York, NY)
 
  • George Crosby, 36 Head of Portfolio Investments
    New Zealand Super Fund (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Anthony Curtiss, 37 Portfolio Manager
    Employees RetirementSystem of Texas (Austin, TX)
  • Meghna Desai, 31 Portfolio Manager,Alternatives
    New JerseyDivision of Investment (Trenton, NJ)
  • Simranjit Dhillon, 34 Investment Officer, Fixed Income
    California State Teachers’ Retirement System (Sacramento, CA)
  • Jonathon Eck, 32 Senior Investment Associate
    Federal Reserve Office of Employee Benefits
    (Newark, NJ)
  • Jack Edmondson, 38 Deputy CIO
    Oxford University Endowment Management
    (Oxford, UK)
  • Arthur Guimaraes, 39 Associate CIO, COO
    University of California Board of Regents (Oakland, CA)
  • Chris Halaska, 38 CIO
    Memorial Hermann Healthcare System (Houston, TX)
  • James Harman, 37 General Manager, Listed Assets
    HESTA (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Sajal Heda, 35 Head of Investments
    El-Ajou Group(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
 
  • Daniel Ingram, 34 Head of Responsible Investment
    BT Pension Scheme (London, UK)
  • Kathleen Jacobs, 39 CIO
    New York University (New York, NY)
  • Elizabeth Jourdan, 31 Deputy CIO
    Mercy (Chesterfield, MO)
  • Matthew Kempton, 34 Head of Investments
    Emergency Services & State Super
    (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Adam Kurkiewicz, 32 Manager, Private Markets
    Washington University in St. Louis (St. Louis, MO)
  • Jonathan Lavy, 36Director of Investments
    American Red Cross (Washington, DC)
  • Andrew McCarthy, 39 Portfolio Manager
    Universities Superannuation Scheme (London, UK)
  • Natalie Nadler, 38 Director of Public Markets
    Boeing (Chicago, IL)
  • Rodney Overcash, 38 Director of Credit Strategies
    Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (Eden Prairie, MN)
  • Ari Paul, 31Portfolio Manager
    University of Chicago (Chicago, IL)
 
  • Jude Pérez, 38Deputy CIO
    Public Employees Retirement Association
    ofNew Mexico (Santa Fe, NM)
  • Ryan Ruebsahm, 36 Managing Director, Marketable Alternative Investments
    University of Texas Investment Management Company (Austin, TX)
  • Chhayhea Sam, 35 Senior Investment Officer
    Public School andEducation Employee Retirement Systems of Missouri(Jefferson City, MO)
  • Samir Sidani, 37 Senior Investment Director, Illiquid Investments
    Ohio State University (Columbus, OH)
  • David Slifka, 37 Senior Portfolio Manager
    YMCA (New York, NY)
  • Greg Spick, 35Director
    UPS Group Trust (Atlanta, GA)
  • Warren Stock, 38 Director, Public Investments
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Princeton, NJ)
  • Joe Veeneman, 38 Portfolio Manager
    IBM (White Plains, NY)
  • Richard Williams, 38Senior Investment Manager
    HSBC Pension Scheme (London, UK)
  • Katharine Wyatt, 37 Director, Investment Funds
    Abbott (Abbott Park, IL)

“Every man over 40 is a scoundrel,” Irish gadfly George Bernard Shaw once wrote. He should know: He lived until the age of 94. But none of the men—or women—on this list would understand, for to be included (and we were sticklers this year), they had to be under the ripe age of 40 as of April 1, 2016. There were some close calls: Four of these members (we won’t say whom) will have already passed that age when you read this. But they made it for 2016, beating out a tsunami of nominations from asset managers and allocators like. As we never repeat members—and several of you scoundrels wouldn’t qualify again if we did—these 40 new inductees have a new goal: The Power 100.