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David Greenspan ’00

David Greenspan ’00
Founder and President, Slate Path Capital, New York

David Greenspan is the founder and president of Slate Path Capital, a New York-based global investment firm launched in 2012. Prior to Slate Path, Mr. Greenspan was partner and managing director at Blue Ridge Capital in New York. He joined Blue Ridge in 2000, the same year he graduated from Columbia Business School. Before attending the School, Mr. Greenspan worked as a CPA and consultant for Price Waterhouse in Washington DC. Mr. Greenspan earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from George Mason University in 1993.

Mr. Greenspan is a member of the Board of Overseers at Columbia Business School, where he has taught Advanced Investment Research as an adjunct professor since 2003. He also serves on the advisory board of the School’s Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing.

Mr. Greenspan is a member of the board of directors of the Success Academy Charter Schools and was a founding member of the board of trustees of Success Academy Harlem 4. He is a founding board member of the Josh Waitzkin Learning Foundation (JWF).

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