Chairs of the Board of Governors

The following investment professionals have served as chairs of the board from 1990–the present. Note that from 1990–2004, the organization was known as AIMR.

Heather Brilliant

Heather Brilliant CFA

(2018-2019)

President and CEO, Diamond Hill Capital Management, Inc.

Member of CFA Society New York

Heather Brilliant, CFA, is president and CEO of Diamond Hill Capital Management, a boutique listed investment manager based in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to this, she was chief executive officer, Americas, at First State Investments, a global investment management firm headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Prior to joining First State Investments in 2017, she spent 14 years at Morningstar, in roles including chief executive officer of Morningstar Australasia and global head of equity and corporate credit research. Previously, Heather spent several years as an equity research analyst for Coghill Capital Management and Driehaus Capital Management. She has covered a variety of sectors, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, business services, and retail. She started her finance career at Bank of America as a corporate finance analyst covering the auto industry. Heather holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation and is immediate past chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and past chair of the CFA Society of Chicago.

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Robert Jenkins FSIP

(2017–2018)

Member of CFA Society United Kingdom

Robert Jenkins, FSIP, is an external member of the interim Financial Policy Committee of the Bank of England and an adjunct professor of finance at London Business School. Previously, he was CEO and managing partner of Combinatorics Capital, a global macro investment partnership. Prior to his position at Combinatorics, Jenkins served as chief executive and then as chairman at F&C Asset Management, plc. Earlier in his career, at Citibank, he was responsible for trading and sales in Dubai, Bahrain, Switzerland, and Japan. After his time at Citibank, he served as chief investment officer and head of the asset management business at Credit Suisse in Japan and later as chief operating officer for Credit Suisse Asset Management's activities in the U.K. and central and eastern Europe. Jenkins chaired the Investment Management Association of the U.K. and co-chaired, together with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, a high-level group focusing on the future of the asset management industry in Britain. He has also served on the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers, U.K.; as a senior advisor to CVC Capital Partners; and as an independent director of the Aberdeen All Asia Investment Trust. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and regular contributor of articles and letters to the financial press. Jenkins attended university in the U.S., France, and Italy and holds a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Frederic Lebel

Frédéric P. Lebel CFA

(2016–2017)

HFS Hedge Fund Selection S.A.

Member of CFA Society Switzerland

Frédéric P. Lebel, CFA, has been co-CEO and CIO of OFI MGA and owner of HFS Hedge Fund Selection S.A., based in Geneva, since 2008. Prior to this, he had been an executive vice president at Lombard Odier & Cie in Geneva in charge of hedge fund investments since 1997, after having worked for two years as an assistant to Philippe A. Sarasin, CFA, one of the bank’s managing partners. He began his career in the equity division of Morgan Stanley in New York prior to moving to London. Lebel was founding Co-Chair and then Chair of the European Advocacy Committee in 2000, and the founding Chair and a member of the Capital Market Policy Council of the CFA Institute Centre for Financial Market Integrity. He is currently the Past Chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors as well as Chair of the Compensation Committee, the Nominating Committee, and the Planning Committee. A past recipient of the Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership Award for Professional Ethics and Standards of Investment Practice, Lebel holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in finance and accounting from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland.

Beth Hamilton-Keen

Beth Hamilton-Keen CFA

(2015–2016)

Beth Hamilton-Keen, CFA, is director of private client management at Mawer Investment Management Ltd. Since joining Mawer in 2005, she has been involved in institutional and private client portfolio management. Ms. Hamilton-Keen has investment experience since 1990, serving both private and not-for-profit institutional clients. She is a graduate of the Acadia University business program and a CFA charterholder. Ms. Hamilton-Keen has also completed the High Performance Board program at IMD Business School where participants learn how to identify the strategies, structures and processes that make boards the driving force behind their company’s success. On September 1, 2010, Ms. Hamilton-Keen was elected to the Board of Governors of the CFA Institute and currently serves as Vice Chair. The Board of Governors is the CFA Institute’s most senior corporate body, having ultimate responsibility for the organization’s strategy and management. She has previously served as a member of Mawer’s Board of Directors and Management Committee, and many not-for-profit boards and committees. Ms. Hamilton-Keen is an active member of her local community and has been recognized as one of Calgary’s Top 40 under 40. She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Calgary, a guest commentator on CBC Radio, and a regular commentator on investment issues for CBC NewsWorld and BNN.

Aaron Low

Aaron Low CFA

(2014–2015)

Aaron Low, CFA, is a principal at Lumen Advisors, LLC, where he manages emerging markets macro long-short funds and oversees Lumen's operations in Asia. He also serves as a board trustee of the Singapore government's pension fund. Previously, Dr. Low served as a senior portfolio manager and head of Asia ex-Japan at PIMCO and as a senior portfolio manager and head of Asia at RCM Global Investors. He serves on the Board of Governors of CFA Institute and the board of directors of the Wealth Management Institute. Dr. Low holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from the National University of Singapore and a PhD in international financial economics from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Charles Yang

Charles J. Yang CFA

(2013–2014)

Charles J. Yang, CFA, is chief investment officer of T&D Asset Management, the asset management arm of T&D Holdings, a listed company in Japan that focuses on the life insurance business. Previously, he worked for the asset management divisions of Merrill Lynch and Société Générale. Mr. Yang began his career as a quantitative analyst at the asset management division of J.P. Morgan and served as a portfolio manager in New York City and Tokyo. Currently, he is the chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors; Mr. Yang previously served as chair of the audit and risk committee. He is also a former chair of the CFA Institute external relations and volunteer involvement committee and former president of the CFA Society of Japan. He holds a BA from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from New York University Stern School of Business.

Alan Meder

Alan M. Meder CPA, CFA

(2012–2013)

Dan Meader

Dan S. Meader CFA

(2011–2012)

Dan S. Meader, CFA, is the founder and a managing partner of Trinity Private Equity Group. Prior to starting Trinity, he served as an executive vice president for Tara Capital Partners, LP, a hedge fund focused on investing and trading in retail and restaurant-oriented public securities. Mr. Meader also spent nine years participating in private equity investments at Sowell & Co. He began his career at InterFirst Bank of Dallas (now Bank of America) and later joined their corporate banking group. Mr. Meader then worked for ABQ Capital Markets and co-managed a portfolio of high-yield bonds and preferred stocks. He currently sits on the board of several Trinity portfolio company boards and serves as chairman for one Trinity control investment. Mr. Meader has served two consecutive terms over seven years on the CFA Institute Board of Governors and was elected chair of the board. He also served on the board of directors for CFA Society Dallas/Fort Worth. Mr. Meader graduated from Southern Methodist University.

Margaret Franklin

Margaret Franklin CFA

(2010–2011)

President and CEO, CFA Institute

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Charlottesville, VA 22902

Member of CFA Society Toronto

Margaret Franklin, CFA, leads CFA Institute and its more than 170,000 members worldwide in promoting the highest standards of education, ethics, and professional excellence in the investment profession. She assumed her role in September 2019 and has more than 25 years of investment and wealth management experience.

Before joining CFA Institute, Margaret led International Wealth Management for North America and was president of BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Advisory Services in Canada. She also served as a board member of BNY Mellon Trust Company (Cayman). Margaret joined BNY Mellon in 2016.

Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Margaret held multiple senior management positions, including president of Marret Private Wealth and COO of Marret Asset Management, a credit and hedge fund asset manager in Toronto. During that six-year tenure, Margaret had direct oversight of all aspects of the private wealth business. Prior to joining Marret, Margaret was a partner with KJ Harrison & Partners.

Margaret began her career in the institutional business and has worked with pension plans, endowments, foundations, and government agencies at State Street Global Advisors, Mercer, and Barclays Global Investors.

She previously served as chair of CFA Institute Board of Governors and is a former president of the CFA Society Toronto Board. She is a founding member of the CFA Institute Women in Investment Initiative, a past recipient of the Alfred C. Morley Distinguished Service Award in 2014, and a member of its Future of Finance Content Council.

She is also a member of the Michael Garron Hospital Foundation Board. Margaret earned a Bachelor of Administration in Economics from McMaster University in Ontario. She is a CFA charterholder and a member of the CFA Society Toronto.

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Thomas B. Welch

(2009–2010)

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Brian D. Singer CFA

(2008–2009)

Head of Dynamic Allocation Strategies, William Blair & Company

Member of CFA Society Chicago

Brian D. Singer, CFA, is head of global investment solutions and regional chief investment officer, Americas, for UBS Global Asset Management. He is a member of the UBS Group Managing Board, Executive Committee, and Global Investment Committee. Vice chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and Research Foundation of CFA Institute Board of Trustees, Mr. Singer is the recipient of a 1991 Graham and Dodd Award of Excellence from the "Financial Analysts Journal". He holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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Emilio Gonzalez CFA

(2007–2008)

Emilio Gonzalez, CFA, is CEO at BT Investment Management. Previously, he served as chief investment officer, group executive of global equities, and head of research at Perpetual Limited. Mr. Gonzalez also worked as the chief dealer at Nikko Securities (Australia) Limited and as a retail client adviser at Norths Stockbroking Limited. He has served on the Board of Governors of CFA Institute and was the first Australian to chair CFA Institute. Mr. Gonzalez holds a bachelor of commerce degree in economics from the University of Wollongong.

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Vincent Duhamel CFA

(2006–2007)

Vincent Duhamel, CFA, is a limited partner and head of Asia at Lombard Odier. Previously, he served as CEO at one of Lombard Odier’s largest family offices in Asia. Mr. Duhamel has also served as managing director of Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong, where he was head of Asia ex-Japan and responsible for its asset management and global official institutions business. He has also served as chief executive for Asia and as a member of the global executive committee at State Street Global Advisors, as founding CEO at State Street Global Advisors in Canada, and as a portfolio manager at Pictet & Cie. Mr. Duhamel is a member of the Financial Reporting Review Panel, which is part of the Financial Reporting Council in Hong Kong. He has served as governor, vice chairman, and chairman of the Board of Governors of CFA Institute. Mr. Duhamel holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the University of Ottawa.

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John C. Stannard FSIP, CFA

(2005–2006)

John C. Stannard, CFA, FSIP, is Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) head of consulting at Russell Investments, where he is responsible for consulting client relationships across EMEA and for thought leadership and strategy aspects of the product and service range. Previously, he has held various positions at Russell, including co-chair of the global consulting team, managing director of institutional investor services for Europe, head of analytical services in London, and managing director and chief operating officer at the U.K. office. Mr. Stannard was a member, as well as chair, of the joint venture board of Russell/Mellon Analytical Services. He has also served as a member and as chair of the Board of Governors of CFA Institute. Mr. Stannard was involved in the development of the AIMR Performance Presentation Standards and the GIPS standards; he also chaired the GIPS Investment Performance Council. He holds a BSc in mathematics from the University of London.

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Monique E.M. Gravel CFA

(2004–2005)

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Theodore R. Aronson CFA

(2003–2004)

Theodore R. Aronson, CFA, is managing principal and founder of Aronson+Johnson+Ortiz, which manages funds for institutional investors. Previously, he worked in quantitative equities at Drexel Burnham Lambert, which provided innovative practical applications of modern portfolio theory and quantitative portfolio management. Mr. Aronson is a frequent speaker on Wall Street issues, especially on innovations in trading methods to minimize transaction costs. He is a past chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors. Mr. Aronson holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dwight Churchill

Dwight D. Churchill CFA

(2002–2003)

Dwight Churchill served as interim President and CEO at CFA Institute from June 2014 to January 2015. Mr. Churchill most recently held senior positions as head of the Fixed Income Division, head of Equity Portfolio Management and President of Investment Services at Fidelity Investments. Prior to joining Fidelity, Mr. Churchill was President and Chief Executive Officer of CSI Asset Management, Inc., a subsidiary of Prudential Financial, Inc., and held senior roles at Loomis, Sayles & Company and The Public Employees Retirement System of Ohio. He currently serves on the Board of Directors at Affiliated Managers Group, at  Currier Museum of Art where he chairs the Investment Committee, and at State Street Global Advisors SPDR ETF Mutual Funds. He also serves as a Staff Consultant at Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho. He has a long history of service and affiliation with CFA Institute. Mr. Churchill has served on the Candidate Curriculum Committee and as chair from 1993 to 1994. He later served on the CFA Institute Board of Governors and as chair from 2002 to 2003. Mr. Churchill was honored with the Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership Award for Professional Ethics and Standards of Investment Practice in 2006. Mr. Churchill holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Denison University and an M.B.A. degree from Ohio State University.

Phillipe Sarasin

Philippe A Sarasin CFA

(2001–2002)

Fred Speece

Fred H. Speece, Jr. CFA

(2000–2001)

Charles "Chuck" Tschampion CFA

(1999–2000)

Charles "Chuck" Tschampion, CFA, is director of industry relations at CFA Institute. He is a director of the TDAX Funds and the Select Hedged High-Yield Overseas Fund and is a member of the Real Estate Information Standards (REIS) Board. He is the former chief strategist and director of defined-contribution plans of General Motors Asset Management and was a member of the Association of Investment Management and Research Board of Governors from 1995 to 2001, serving as the board's chair from 1999 to 2000. He has also chaired CFA Institute task forces on personal investing standards and soft-dollar standards, and co-chaired the CFA Institute Performance Presentation Standards Implementation Committee. Most recently, he chaired the task force that developed the CFA Institute Centre for Financial Market Integrity paper "The Corporate Governance of Listed Companies: A Manual for Investors." Mr. Tschampion serves on the endowment investment committee as well as the board of trustees for Lehigh University. He also serves on the board of trustees of the SPDR Select Sector Trust and is a member of its audit committee. Mr. Tschampion holds both a BS in industrial engineering and an MBA from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Frank Reilly

Frank K. Reilly CFA

(1998–1999)

Frank K. Reilly is the Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance at the University of Notre Dame. He is an expert in security analysis, capital markets, credit analysis, and security market indexes. Reilly teaches courses in applied investment management, capital budgeting, fixed income analysis, and investments, among others. He also has taught an executive course in bond analysis and credit management twice a year for nearly 30 years.
Honors and awards include University of Notre Dame Faculty Award (1999), which is the highest award given to faculty members; the Outstanding Teacher Award given by the MBA Class of 2004; the BP Foundation Outstanding Teacher Award (2002); and the Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership Award for Professional Ethics and Standards of Investment Practice, given by the CFA Institute. Reilly also was inducted as a fellow of the Financial Management Association in its inaugural group (2000).

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Abby Joseph Cohen CFA

(1997–1998)

Abby Joseph Cohen, CFA, is president of the Global Markets Institute and senior investment strategist at Goldman, Sachs & Co. She also serves on the firm’s U.S. retirement investment committee and has served on its partnership committee. Ms. Cohen served on the boards of AIMR and the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts (predecessor organizations to CFA Institute), was chair of both groups, and received the AIMR Distinguished Service Award in 2002. Her career is the subject of a Harvard Business School case study and a BusinessWeek cover story. She holds degrees in economics from Cornell University and The George Washington University. Ms. Cohen has also received several honorary doctorates and has been honored by many groups, including the Financial Women’s Association and the New York Stock Exchange.

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I. Rossa O’Reilly CFA

(1996–1997)

Thomas Hansberger CFA

(1995–1996)

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John L. Maginn CFA

(1994–1995)

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Charles D. Ellis CFA

(1993–1994)

Charles D. Ellis, CFA, is a director of Greenwich Associates, the international business consulting firm he founded in 1972. He is a successor trustee of Yale University, where he chairs the investment committee. Ellis also serves as an overseer of New York University's Stern School of Business, a trustee of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, and a director of Vanguard. A recipient of AIMR's Graham & Dodd Award and the C. Stewart Sheppard Award, Ellis was an AIMR governor, serving as chair of the AIMR Board in 1994. He also served as an ICFA Trustee, chaired the ICFA Board, and taught for over 20 years at AIMR's Investment Management Workshop.

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Frederick L. Muller CFA

(1992–1993)

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James K Dunton CFA

(1991–1992)

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Eugene H. Vaughan, Jr. CFA

(1990–1991)

Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts

The following investment professionals served as chairs of the board of the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts from 1964–1999.

Phillipe Sarasin

Philippe A Sarasin CFA

(1998–1999)

Fred Speece

Fred H. Speece, Jr. CFA

(1997–1998)

Frank Reilly

Frank K. Reilly CFA

(1996–1997)

Frank K. Reilly is the Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance at the University of Notre Dame. He is an expert in security analysis, capital markets, credit analysis, and security market indexes. Reilly teaches courses in applied investment management, capital budgeting, fixed income analysis, and investments, among others. He also has taught an executive course in bond analysis and credit management twice a year for nearly 30 years.
Honors and awards include University of Notre Dame Faculty Award (1999), which is the highest award given to faculty members; the Outstanding Teacher Award given by the MBA Class of 2004; the BP Foundation Outstanding Teacher Award (2002); and the Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership Award for Professional Ethics and Standards of Investment Practice, given by the CFA Institute. Reilly also was inducted as a fellow of the Financial Management Association in its inaugural group (2000).

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Abby Joseph Cohen CFA

(1995–1996)

Abby Joseph Cohen, CFA, is president of the Global Markets Institute and senior investment strategist at Goldman, Sachs & Co. She also serves on the firm’s U.S. retirement investment committee and has served on its partnership committee. Ms. Cohen served on the boards of AIMR and the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts (predecessor organizations to CFA Institute), was chair of both groups, and received the AIMR Distinguished Service Award in 2002. Her career is the subject of a Harvard Business School case study and a BusinessWeek cover story. She holds degrees in economics from Cornell University and The George Washington University. Ms. Cohen has also received several honorary doctorates and has been honored by many groups, including the Financial Women’s Association and the New York Stock Exchange.

Brian F. Wruble CFA

(1994–1995)

Eliot P. Williams CFA

(1993–1994)

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I. Rossa O’Reilly CFA

(1992–1993)

Michael McCowin CFA

(1991–1992)

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Frederick L. Muller CFA

(1990–1991)

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Eugene H. Vaughan, Jr. CFA

(1990–1991)

Gary P. Brinson CFA

(1989)

Gary P. Brinson, CFA, is the president of GP Brinson Investments. Previously, he founded Brinson Partners, Inc., and served as chairman of the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts, a predecessor of CFA Institute. Mr. Brinson is a member of the Economic Club of Chicago and the advisory council of the Financial Analysts Journal. He was named Outstanding Financial Executive by the Financial Management Association and received the CFA Institute Award for Professional Excellence. Mr. Brinson is the co-author of two books on global investing and has written numerous articles on an array of investment topics. He holds a BA in finance from Seattle University and an MBA from Washington State University.

Eugene Sit CFA

(1988–1989)

Daniel J. Forrestal CFA

(1987–1988)

James N. Von Germeten CFA

(1986–1987)

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John L. Maginn CFA

(1985–1986)

Paul Vawter, Jr. CFA

(1984–1985)

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Charles D. Ellis CFA

(1983–1984)

Charles D. Ellis, CFA, is a director of Greenwich Associates, the international business consulting firm he founded in 1972. He is a successor trustee of Yale University, where he chairs the investment committee. Ellis also serves as an overseer of New York University's Stern School of Business, a trustee of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, and a director of Vanguard. A recipient of AIMR's Graham & Dodd Award and the C. Stewart Sheppard Award, Ellis was an AIMR governor, serving as chair of the AIMR Board in 1994. He also served as an ICFA Trustee, chaired the ICFA Board, and taught for over 20 years at AIMR's Investment Management Workshop.

Robert W. Morrison CFA

(1982–1983)

James Vertin

James R. Vertin CFA

(1981–1982)

Alfred C. Morley CFA

(1980–1981)

William A. Cornish CFA

(1979–1980)

C. Roderick O’Neil CFA

(1978–1979)

Philip P. Brooks, Jr. CFA

(1977–1978)

Robert Blixt CFA

(1975–1976)

Robert D. Milne CFA

(1974–1975)

Mary Petrie CFA

(1973–1974)

Frank E. Block CFA

(1972–1973)

Edmund A. Mennis CFA

(1970–1972)

Leonard Barlow CFA

(1969–1970)

David Watterson, CFA

(1968–1969)

Raymond Hammell CFA

(1967–1968)

E. Linwood Savage CFA

(1966–1967)

M. Dutton Morehouse CFA

(1965–1966)

David D. Williams CFA

(1964–1965)

A. Moyer Kulp CFA

(1961–1964)

National Federation of Financial Analyst Societies

The following investment professionals have served as chairs of the board of the National Federation of Financial Analyst Societies (later Financial Analysts Federation) from 1947–1999.

Patricia A. McConnell CPA

(1998–1999)

Charles "Chuck" Tschampion CFA

(1997–1998)

Charles "Chuck" Tschampion, CFA, is director of industry relations at CFA Institute. He is a director of the TDAX Funds and the Select Hedged High-Yield Overseas Fund and is a member of the Real Estate Information Standards (REIS) Board. He is the former chief strategist and director of defined-contribution plans of General Motors Asset Management and was a member of the Association of Investment Management and Research Board of Governors from 1995 to 2001, serving as the board's chair from 1999 to 2000. He has also chaired CFA Institute task forces on personal investing standards and soft-dollar standards, and co-chaired the CFA Institute Performance Presentation Standards Implementation Committee. Most recently, he chaired the task force that developed the CFA Institute Centre for Financial Market Integrity paper "The Corporate Governance of Listed Companies: A Manual for Investors." Mr. Tschampion serves on the endowment investment committee as well as the board of trustees for Lehigh University. He also serves on the board of trustees of the SPDR Select Sector Trust and is a member of its audit committee. Mr. Tschampion holds both a BS in industrial engineering and an MBA from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Jon Ender CFA

(1996–1997)

Guy G. Rutherfurd CFA

(1995–1996)

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I. Rossa O’Reilly CFA

(1994–1995)

George Austin CFA

(1993–1994)

Arnold S Wood

(1992–1993)

Arnold S. Wood is a partner, president, and chief executive officer of Martingale Asset Management, LP. Prior to founding Martingale, he was a trustee and senior vice president at Batterymarch Financial Management, where he was a global investment strategist and portfolio manager. Mr. Wood is currently a trustee of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute. He was a governor of CFA Institute, a chairman of the Financial Analysts Federation, and a founding member and president of the CFA Institute International Society of Security Analysts. Mr. Wood is a recipient of the CFA Institute Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership Award and Leadership in Global Investing Award. He is a graduate of Trinity College.

Donald Keller CFA

(1991–1992)

Wallace B. Millner III CFA

(1990–1991)

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James K Dunton CFA

(1989)

Bernadette B. Murphy

(1988–1989)

Thomas Hansberger CFA

(1987–1988)

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Frederick L. Muller CFA

(1986–1987)

H. Kent Atkins CFA

(1985–1986)

Ernest Widmann CFA

(1984–1985)

Matthias Plum, Jr.

(1983–1984)

Edus H. Warren

(1982–1983)

Frank Cappiello, Jr. CFA

(1981–1982)

Erwin Will, Jr. CFA

(1980–1981)

A. Marion Van Dyke CFA

(1979–1980)

Benjamin C. Korschot CFA

(1978–1979)

Solon Patterson CFA

(1977–1978)

Walter McConnell CFA

(1976–1977)

William S. Gray CFA

(1975–1976)

Robert Hedberg CFA

(1974–1975)

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Eugene H. Vaughan, Jr. CFA

(1973–1974)

Robert Morgan CFA

(1972–1973)

Walter Stern CFA

(1971–1972)

C. Reed Parker CFA

(1970–1971)

Frank E. Block CFA

(1969–1970)

George Bissell CFA

(1968–1969)

Robert Perry CFA

(1967–1968)

Thomas Lenagh CFA

(1966–1967)

A. Moyer Kulp CFA

(1965–1966)

Charles Brown CFA

(1964–1965)

William C. Norby CFA

(1963–1964)

David D. Williams CFA

(1962–1963)

Stevenson Kemp CFA

(1961–1962)

Jeremy Jenks CFA

(1960–1961)

A. Hamilton Bolton CFA

(1959–1960)

Hartley Smith CFA

(1958–1959)

Gilbert Palmer CFA

(1957–1958)

Robert Wilkes CFA

(1956–1957)

Shelby Cullom Davis CFA

(1955–1956)

M. Dutton Morehouse CFA

(1954–1955)

Samuel B. Jones CFA

(1953–1954)

Richard W. Lambourne CFA

(1952–1953)

Pierre R. Bretey

(1951–1952)

George M. Hansen CFA

(1950–1951)

Lucien O. Hooper CFA

(1949–1950)

Kennard Woodworth, Jr.

(1947–1949)

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