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Lulu C. Wang

Lulu C. Wang ’83
Founder and CEO, Tupelo Capital Management L.L.C., New York

Lulu C. Wang is the Chief Executive Officer of Tupelo Capital Management L.L.C. She founded Tupelo Capital Management in 1998. Before that, she had been a Director and Executive Vice President of Jennison Associates Capital Corporation for ten years. At Jennison, a primary platform for public equities management at Prudential Financial, Ms. Wang managed assets for pension, endowment, and mutual funds. She joined Jennison Associates in 1988 from Equitable Capital Management where she had held the title of Senior Vice President and Managing Director, overseeing active equities management. She had been with Equitable since 1978 and prior to that, had been affiliated with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.

Ms. Wang received her BA from Wellesley College and her MBA from Columbia Business School.

Ms. Wang serves on the boards of MetLife Insurance Company, Columbia Business School, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller University, Asia Society, the Committee of 100 and the Chazen Institute of International Business. Ms. Wang also serves on the Advisory Council for U.S. Trust, the Advisory Board of Women Corporate Directors, as a trustee emerita of Wellesley College, a consulting director of the New York Community Trust and a director emerita of New York Public Radio. In her spare time, Ms. Wang and her husband collect American art as well as vintage sports cars, which they restore and race.

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