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Kevin Quinn '91
Kevin Quinn '91
Kevin Quinn is the founder of Genki Advisory, a consulting and investment services company. Genki makes early stage investments primarily in technology-oriented start-ups. Mr. Quinn recently joined the faculty of Columbia Business School as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence where he mentors students on the development of the business ideas.
From 1991 to 2012, Mr. Quinn worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co. where he served in a variety of senior management roles in the firm’s investment banking division in their New York, San Francisco, and Tokyo offices. He retired as a partner and co-head of the global technology banking business within Goldman Sachs. He was named managing director in 1999 and partner in 2004.
Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he worked at Bain & Company for three years. Kevin graduated from Columbia College and earned an MBA from Columbia Business School. He resides in Short Hills, NJ with his wife, Jane, and their three children.
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