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Professor Bruce Greenwald with Kathy Phillips, senior vice dean of Columbia Business School; Meredith Trivedi, director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing; alumnae, current and perspective students.
The Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing offers several opportunities each year to encourage women to pursue value investing activities.
Women and Value Investing Events
Conversation for Women in Finance Event
Date: July 19, 2016
Co-sponsored with Columbia Business School’s Private Equity Program, this event provided an opportunity for networking and conversation for women in investment management. Attendees included current and perspective Business School students in addition to alumnae in the investment management space.
Women & Value Investing Luncheon
Meredith Trivedi, director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing, facilitates a discussion on women in the value investing industry. All Columbia Business School students are welcome to register and lunch is served. This event is for current Columbia students only.
4th Annual Women & Value Investing Luncheon
Date: February 17, 2015
Panelists: Ellen J. Ellison '92, University of Illinois Foundation; Jennifer Heller, Brandywine Group Advisors; Nina F. Scherago, Edgehill Endowment Partners; D. Ellen Shuman, Edgehill Endowment Partners
3rd Annual Women & Value Investing Luncheon
Date: March 6, 2014
Panelists: Natalie Banas, Gallatin Capital LLC, Bandera Partners LLC; Melissa O'Connor '12, Sanford C. Bernstein; Kate Peachway '12, BlueMountain Capital
2nd Annual Women & Value Investing Luncheon
Date: March 7, 2013
Panelists: Jessica Anderson, SAC Capital Advisors; Anne Dinneen, the Foundation; Melissa O'Connor '12, Sanford C. Bernstein
1st Annual Women & Value Investing Luncheon
Date: March 29, 2012
Panelists: Anna Nikolayesky '98, Axel Capital Management; Jennifer Rusk, Signpost Capital Funds; Louisa Schneider '06, Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing
WIN Competition : Sponsoring and Supporting Women in Investing
This will be the fifth year that Capital Group in conjunction with the Heilbrunn Center has sent a Columbia Business School team to pitch at Cornell’s Women in Investing (WIN) Conference. In teams, students deliver a brief stock pitch presentation and engage in Q&A with judges from Capital Group. These judges then select the four most compelling participants to form the official pitch team that will represent Columbia at WIN. The team will then work to prepare a stock pitch according to the official WIN guidelines with mentorship from coaches from Capital Group that they will present at the WIN Conference.
Fall 2015 Team: Courtney Asher, Elizabeth Gao, Katarina Sabova, Rebecca Xu
Fall 2014 Team: Carolina Carvalho, Elizabeth Joyce, Jennifer Potter, Danielle Ross
Fall 2013 Team: Suhasini Bhargava, Juliana Bogoricin, Linda Chew, and Anjali Verghis
Fall 2012 Team: Caroline Janin, Ekaterina Kosheleva, Preeta Ragavan, and Olya Shepova
Fall 2011 Team: Youngju Ko, Sachee Trivedi, Jing Wu, Zheng (Jane) Wu