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Lulu C. Wang '83

Lulu C. Wang '83

Founder and CEO
Tupelo Capital Management, LLC
New York

Lulu Wang is founder and chief executive officer of Tupelo Capital Management, a New York–based investment firm. She has been engaged in professional money management since 1972. Ms. Wang had been a director and executive president of Jennison Associates Capital Corporation for 10 years before founding Tupelo Capital Management at the end of 1997. While at Jennison, she managed assets for pension, endowment and mutual funds. Ms. Wang joined Jennison Associates in 1988 from Equitable Capital Management, where she held the title of senior vice president and managing director. She had been with Equitable since 1978, and prior to that had been affiliated with Bankers Trust and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.

Ms. Wang received her BA from Wellesley College and subsequently earned an MBA from Columbia Business School. She is a chartered financial analyst.

Ms. Wang is on the boards of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Rockefeller University, the Asia Society, WNYC Public Radio and the Committee of 100. She serves the Shoreland Foundation as president, Wellesley College as a trustee emeritus and the New York Community Trust as a consulting director. Her professional as well as volunteer work have been honored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Asia Society, the China Institute, Columbia Business School, Girls Inc., the N.Y. Women’s Agenda, Ernst & Young and American Women’s Economic Development.

Ms. Wang is married to Anthony Wang, and they have a son, Duncan. In her free time, she enjoys American furniture and art, vintage cars and gardening.

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