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Routing and Execution Disclosures Made Pursuant to Rules 605 and 606 of SEC Regulation NMS

Rule 605 requires “market centers” that trade National Market System securities to make available standardized, monthly reports containing statistical information about “covered order” executions. Rule 605 is intended to promote transparency and competition in order execution quality, particularly with respect to execution price and speed. The rule requires, among other things, that the reports be prepared in an electronic format available for downloading from an Internet website that is free and readily accessible to the public.

The Rule 605 statistics for Rockefeller Financial LLC, a registered broker-dealer and member FINRA, SIPC, are available for public review by clicking here.

These Reports include information about each market center's quality of executions on a stock-by-stock basis, including how market orders of various sizes are executed relative to the public quotes. In addition, any particular market center’s statistics will encompass varying types of orders routed by different broker-dealers on behalf of customers with a wide range of objectives. Accordingly, the statistical information required by Rule 605 alone does not create a reliable basis to address whether any particular broker-dealer obtained the most favorable terms under the circumstances for customer orders.

Rule 606 of SEC Regulation NMS requires broker-dealers receiving non-directed client orders to publicly disclose, on a quarterly basis, the top execution venues to which such orders are routed for execution. Broker-dealers must disclose material aspects of the relationships they maintain with the identified execution venues. The Rule 606 statistics for Rockefeller Financial LLC is available for public review by clicking here.

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Rockefeller Capital Management is the marketing name for Rockefeller Capital Management L.P. and its affiliates. Investment advisory and fiduciary activities are performed by the following affiliates of Rockefeller Capital Management: Rockefeller & Co. LLC, Rockefeller Trust Company, N.A. and The Rockefeller Trust Company (Delaware). Rockefeller Asset Management and Rockefeller Global Family Office are divisions of Rockefeller & Co. LLC. Rockefeller Financial LLC is dually registered as a broker dealer and registered investment adviser with the US Securities Exchange Commission, Member FINRA and SIPC.

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PRIVACY STATEMENT

Rockefeller Capital Management appreciates your visit to this web site and your interest in our services and products. Your privacy is important to us and we want you to feel comfortable visiting our site. We take care to protect your personal data collected, processed and used during visits to our website.

By accessing the Rockefeller Capital Management Website you agree to accept this Privacy Statement ("Statement"). If you do not agree to this Statement, do not proceed to further web pages of this website.

This Statement may be updated or modified from time to time without notice. We therefore ask you to review it on a regular basis. We have indicated when the Statement was last updated.

"Purpose and Scope of this Statement

Rockefeller Capital Management and its affiliates (together, "Rockefeller Capital Management" or “our” or "we") are committed to safeguarding the personal information that we collect from individuals who access and use the Rockefeller Capital Management Website. Accordingly, we have developed this Statement to describe how and what type of data will be collected from users of the Rockefeller Capital Management Website and the purposes for which we may collect, share or disclose the data. Rockefeller Capital Management also outlines reasonable precautions which are taken to keep your data secure.

This Statement applies to any information obtained by Rockefeller Capital Management through your use of the Rockefeller Capital Management Website. It is not applicable to any Internet websites controlled by third parties not affiliated with Rockefeller Capital Management that the Rockefeller Capital Management Website may link to ("Third Party Sites"). Please review the privacy statements of Third Party Sites as Rockefeller Capital Management is not responsible for and has no influence on the content or the privacy practices of Third Party Sites.

The terms of this Statement are subject to any additional terms of disclaimers or other contractual terms you have entered into with Rockefeller Capital Management such as client privacy statements or notices, and any applicable mandatory laws and regulations.

"Information Collected and Used

When you visit the Rockefeller Capital Management Website, our web server automatically records details about your visit (for example, your IP address, the web site from which you visit us, the type of browser software used, the Rockefeller Capital Management Website pages that you actually visit including the date and the duration of your visit).

In addition, we collect personal data which you provide through the Rockefeller Capital Management Website. For example, if you provide personal details (e.g. name, gender, address, e-mail address, phone/fax number) on a registration page or if you sign up for an email newsletter.

Rockefeller Capital Management may use your personal data: for the purposes of technical administration, analysis and development of our Website, for customer and user administration and marketing, to inform you about our services and products, and for such purposes as otherwise specified.

At all times, Rockefeller Capital Management respects the applicable laws and regulations in its use of personal data.

"Data Collection and Storage: How Do We Keep it?

Rockefeller Capital Management uses tracking technology such as cookies or tags to gather information as outlined above to understand how visitors use our website.

Tracking technology helps us manage and improve the usability of this website; including, for example detecting and tracking any contact between your computer and us so that we may identify the most popular sections or site visits of our website.

In many cases, you can control tracking technologies using your browser. Please ensure that your browser setting reflects whether you wish to be warned about and/or accept tracking technologies (such as cookies) where possible.

The specific capabilities of your browser and instructions on how to use them can usually be found in the manual or help file of your browser. Please note, however, that refusing, disabling or deactivating of tracking technologies may result in a reduced availability of the services provided by the Rockefeller Capital Management Website or parts of the website may no longer function correctly.

"Disclosed or Shared Information Collection from the Rockefeller Capital Website

Rockefeller Capital Management may disclose your information to its affiliates, agents and third party providers to perform services for Rockefeller Capital Management and for the purposes stated above. Our affiliates, agents and third party providers who have access to personal data obtained through our website are also obligated to respect privacy.

We may also disclose your information to governmental agencies or entities, regulatory authorities, or other persons to comply with applicable laws, regulations, court order or official request. We may also be asked or required to provide your information for the purposes of any guidelines issued by regulatory or other authorities, or similar processes as either required or permitted by applicable law.

"Safeguarding Your Information

Rockefeller Capital Management has implemented reasonable technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data collected via our website against unauthorized access, misuse, loss or destruction.

"Retention of Electronic Messages or E-Correspondence

All electronic messages sent to and from Rockefeller Capital Management are automatically retained in a distinct journaling system which preserves the e-mails as required by applicable law and regulation. We take all reasonable technical and organizational measures to protect these electronic messages. Rockefeller Capital Management may access and review these electronic messages or e-correspondence in line with applicable laws and regulations (e.g. court order, suspicion of criminal conduct, violation of regulatory obligations, material breach of employment contract). Access and review of your electronic messages are given to specific persons in defined functions (e.g. Legal, Compliance, Risk). Every step of the process, as well as the search criteria used, are logged in an audit trail.

"Important Considerations When Sending Data Over the Internet

The Internet is generally not regarded as a secure environment, and information sent via the Internet (whether to or from our website or via electronic message) may be accessed by unauthorized third parties, potentially leading to disclosures, changes in content or technical failures. You should be aware that even if both the sender and receiver are located in the same country, information sent via the Internet may be intercepted and transmitted across international borders to a country with a lower data protection level.

Please note that we accept no responsibility or liability for the security of your information transmitted over the Internet. In order to protect your privacy, you may want to choose another means of communication (be it telephonic or by e-correspondence) with Rockefeller Capital Management.

"Information From Individuals Under the Age of 18

At no time, does the Rockefeller Capital Management Website seek to collect the personal data from individuals under the age of 18. Individuals under the age of 18 should receive permission from their parent or legal guardian before providing any personal data to Rockefeller Capital Management whether on the website or by any other means.

Last update of this Statement: January 2019.

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LEADERSHIP

Executive Team

Gregory J. Fleming is the Chief Executive Officer of Rockefeller Capital Management, a role he has held since the firm, formerly known as Rockefeller & Co., launched in March 2018. Mr. Fleming is also a member of the Board of Directors.

Prior to leading Rockefeller Capital Management, Mr. Fleming was the President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Before joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Merrill Lynch from 2007 to 2009, and previously ran Merrill Lynch’s Global Investment Banking business. Mr. Fleming joined Merrill Lynch as an investment banker in 1992. He had also been a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mr. Fleming is a director of Colgate University; a member of the Board of Advisors for the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York; a director on Turn2 Foundation Board; a trustee at Deerfield Academy; and a member of the Ronald McDonald House Board of Directors. He serves as a Visiting Lecturer in Law and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Study of Corporate Law at Yale Law School.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate in economics from Colgate University and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

Jimmy C. Chang, CFA is the Chief Investment Strategist, a Senior Portfolio Manager and a Managing Director, with oversight of the Fixed Income group. He is a member of the firm's Executive Team. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2004, Mr. Chang served as a Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Strategist and Senior Technology Analyst at the U.S. Trust Company of New York, where he led technology equity research and co-managed a technology fund. He previously served as a Senior Marketing Representative and an Advisory Systems Engineer at International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) from 1985 to 1994, where he was responsible for client relationship management, business volume and profit attainments at major international financial services and banking accounts. Mr. Chang is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder. He received an M.B.A. in Finance/International Business from New York University and a B.S. (summa cum laude) in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union. He is a member of the Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society. Mr. Chang serves on the Investment Committee of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.

Jonathan Eisenberg is the General Counsel of Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Eisenberg was previously the General Counsel for UBS Wealth Management Americas and, prior to that, was the Co-Head of Global Litigation, Regulatory and Employment Law at Merrill Lynch, where he worked for 12 years.

Mr. Eisenberg has significant experience in both private practice and at major financial institutions, and early in his career worked in the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of General Counsel. He has been the Co-Chair of the SEC Enforcement and Civil Litigation section of the American Bar Association’s Business Law section; the Chair of the Corporation, Finance and Securities Law section of the D.C. Bar; a member of the Board of Trustees of the New York City Bar Justice Center; and a member of the Board of Editors for Lexis/Nexis securities law publications.

A prolific legal writer, Mr. Eisenberg has written more than 60 articles on legal developments affecting financial institutions. He was the first recipient of the Global Counsel Award recognizing outstanding achievement by an in-house lawyer in the field of litigation.

Mr. Eisenberg received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.

Laura Esposito is a Managing Director and Head of Institutional Distribution. She is also a member of the firm’s Operating Committee. Prior to joining Rockefeller in May 2018, Ms. Esposito served as co-head of global sales and marketing at TT International. She previously worked at First Eagle Investment Management covering North American and European institutional investors and consultants. Ms. Esposito also held various roles in institutional distribution at Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Lord Abbett. She started in the industry in 1998 and has twenty years of experience. Ms. Esposito earned a B.S. from the Villanova School of Business and is a member of the Advisory Council for the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership at Villanova University.

David Harris, CFA is the Chief Investment Officer and President of Asset Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Harris has spent more than two decades with Rockefeller. Prior to becoming Chief Investment Officer in 2005 he was the firm’s Director of Equity Management, where he led the global equity portfolio and the equity analyst team. Before joining Rockefeller, Mr. Harris worked at Stein Roe & Farnham, where he was a portfolio manager for non-U.S. and emerging market equity funds. Mr. Harris serves on the Board of Trustees and as Chair of the Investment Committee of St. Barnabas Hospital, the Advisory and Investment Committees of the Studio in a School Association, and the Board of Directors of Quarry Underwriting Assurance Limited. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder. Mr. Harris received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and an M.B.A. with distinction from Cornell University.

Ed Moriarty is the Chief Financial Officer and Head of Risk for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Moriarty previously served as the Head of Merchant Banking & Real Estate Investing, Alternative Investment Partners (AIP), and Managed Futures at Morgan Stanley which, in aggregate managed $77 billion of AUM across a variety of alternative strategies and products. Prior to this role, he was the Chief Operating Officer of Investment Management at Morgan Stanley from 2010 to 2013. He was also a member of Morgan Stanley’s Management Committee, Firm-wide Risk Committee, Asset/Liability Management Committee and Global Franchise Committee.

Before joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Moriarty worked for Merrill Lynch & Co. from 1987 through 2008, where he finished as a Senior Vice President and Co-Chief Risk Officer and was selected to join the senior transition leadership team for the merger of Merrill Lynch & Co. with Bank of America Corp. At Merrill, he held a variety of leadership roles during his tenure across investment banking, capital markets, and risk management. He initially joined Merrill Lynch & Co. as an investment banker in 1987.

Mr. Moriarty is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Elon University as well as a trustee of Homeless Solutions, Inc., a non-profit, based in Morristown, NJ. He was formerly Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Gill St. Bernard’s School. He received his bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College and MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.

Elizabeth Munson is the President of Rockefeller Trust Company, N.A. and The Rockefeller Trust Company (Delaware). She is a Managing Director and member of the Executive Team at Rockefeller Capital Management. In this role, Ms. Munson specializes in advising high-net-worth individuals and families, particularly in trust and estate planning and philanthropic matters. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Ms. Munson was a partner in White & Case’s Private Clients Group, where she practiced from 1983 to 2001. In her law career, her practice focused on providing tax and estate planning for high-net-worth families, foundations, endowments and nonprofit organizations. She also advised the Private Clients Group at several leading banking institutions. Ms. Munson is extensively involved in nonprofit organizations. She serves as Board Chair of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House; Vice President and Secretary of Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services; Secretary of the Cancer Schmancer Foundation; and as a Director of Stichting to Promote Women’s World Banking. She is also a director of CPA®18, a real estate investment trust advised by WP Carey & Co, LLC. Ms. Munson received an LLM in taxation from New York University School of Law, a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a bachelor’s degree from Yale College.

Christopher J. (Chris) Randazzo is President of Private Wealth Management and Head of Technology & Operations for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Randazzo was the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth Management and Investment Management at Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for the strategic direction of technology platforms across the businesses. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Randazzo was the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth and Investment Management at Bank of America Merrill Lynch from 2008 to 2013. He joined Merrill Lynch in 1994 and held a variety of other senior technology roles at the firm. Mr. Randazzo is a board member of the Wall Street Technology Association.

Jack Ryan is the Chief Operating Officer for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Ryan is a global leader with over 25 years of experience in Human Capital and operations. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2018, Mr. Ryan was a longtime Human Capital executive at General Electric and GE Capital. Most recently, he led GE’s Executive Development and served as their Chief Learning Officer with responsibility for the world-renowned Crotonville Leadership Development Institute. For six years before that, he was the top human capital leader for GE Capital. Mr. Ryan is a graduate of General Electric’s Human Resources Management Program and has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. He is on the Board of Trustees for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston and an advisory board member of the Martha & Spencer Love School of Business at Elon University.

Jeffrey Shames is the Senior Strategy Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management, where he helps the drive the firm-wide growth strategy. He is a member of the Executive Team.

He is also in an Executive in Residence at the MIT Sloan School of Management, lecturing in finance, leadership and global health management, and serving as a member of the Advisory Boards of the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Masters of Finance Program, and MIT Leadership Center.

Previously, Mr. Shames was the Chairman and CEO of MFS Investment Management and served on the Board of Trustees of the MFS Funds. He joined MFS in 1983 as an industry analyst, and during his time with the firm also served as a portfolio manager, Chief Equity Officer, President and as a member of the board. He retired as CEO in 2002 and from his Chairman role in 2004.

Mr. Shames was a senior advisor to Morgan Stanley from 2010-2013, where he was responsible for advising the President of Investment Management and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Wealth Management.

He is a member of the boards of trustees of the X Prize Foundation, City Year, Summer Search, Tufts Medical Center and the Berklee College of Music. He also serves on the boards of several new start-ups.

Mr. Shames received his bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management. In between college and graduate school, he served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Harry Singh is the Head of Strategy & Business Development, Private Wealth Management for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Singh was previously a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, where he was also a member of the Management Committee of the Wealth Management business, and Head of the Office of the Vice Chairman for Global Wealth Management. He held roles as the head of the Strategic Client Management Groups, and Co-Head of the Institutional Wealth Services businesses.

Prior to his time at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Singh served in a variety of leadership roles at Merrill Lynch across the firm’s Wealth Management, Investment Banking and Fixed Income trading businesses, both in New York and London. Most recently, he was a Managing Director, member of the Investment Banking Operating Committee, Co-Head of Global Client Coverage and Chief Operating Officer of Global Capital Markets.

He has an M.B.A. from Cornell University and bachelor’s degree from the University of Bombay.

R. Mitchell Theiss is President of Strategic Advisory for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Theiss brings to Rockefeller more than 30 years of investment banking experience, having served as a trusted advisor to companies across a broad range of industry sectors. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Theiss was at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he spent 19 years and was most recently Chairman of Global Industrials. Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Theiss spent a decade in investment banking at Goldman Sachs. He earned an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Raymond N. Wareham is the Vice Chairman, Global Family Office. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Wareham advises high net worth individuals, families and family offices, in addition to working on growth-oriented initiatives for the firm. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2012, Mr. Wareham was a Senior Managing Director for Bernstein Global Wealth Management. At Bernstein, he served in a number of roles, including as a senior portfolio manager and as head of the Wealth Management Group, which provided investment planning and asset allocation research and advice to clients. Most recently, he headed the Boston Office for the private client business. Mr. Wareham previously spent twenty-four years at J.P. Morgan in corporate finance, M&A, and underwriting capacities in New York, London, and Tokyo. Mr. Wareham received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering/Computer Science with distinction from Northwestern University. He also served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. He is a former Trustee and Board Chair, and is a member of Heads Council at The Spence School in New York and currently is an advisor to The Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center.

Grace Yoon is the Chief Marketing Officer for Rockefeller Capital Management. She is a member of the Firm’s Executive Team.

Prior to joining Rockefeller, Ms. Yoon was a senior executive in financial services advisory at Ernst & Young, advising financial institutions in areas of transformation, innovation and strategy. Previously, she was a managing director at Morgan Stanley, responsible for driving wealth and asset management growth for investment banking clients. Before that, Ms. Yoon spent a number of years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in investment banking, equity capital markets, and investor relations for Merrill Lynch during the financial crisis.

She earned an MBA in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University, a BA in Economics from Brown University, and is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy. Ms. Yoon is a member of the Board of Directors of Invest In Girls.

Gregory J. Fleming is the Chief Executive Officer of Rockefeller Capital Management, a role he has held since the firm, formerly known as Rockefeller & Co., launched in March 2018. Mr. Fleming is also a member of the Board of Directors.

Prior to leading Rockefeller Capital Management, Mr. Fleming was the President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Before joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Merrill Lynch from 2007 to 2009, and previously ran Merrill Lynch’s Global Investment Banking business. Mr. Fleming joined Merrill Lynch as an investment banker in 1992. He had also been a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mr. Fleming is a director of Colgate University; a member of the Board of Advisors for the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York; a director on Turn2 Foundation Board; a trustee at Deerfield Academy; and a member of the Ronald McDonald House Board of Directors. He serves as a Visiting Lecturer in Law and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Study of Corporate Law at Yale Law School.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate in economics from Colgate University and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

Jimmy C. Chang, CFA is the Chief Investment Strategist, a Senior Portfolio Manager and a Managing Director, with oversight of the Fixed Income group. He is a member of the firm's Executive Team. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2004, Mr. Chang served as a Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Strategist and Senior Technology Analyst at the U.S. Trust Company of New York, where he led technology equity research and co-managed a technology fund. He previously served as a Senior Marketing Representative and an Advisory Systems Engineer at International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) from 1985 to 1994, where he was responsible for client relationship management, business volume and profit attainments at major international financial services and banking accounts. Mr. Chang is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder. He received an M.B.A. in Finance/International Business from New York University and a B.S. (summa cum laude) in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union. He is a member of the Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society. Mr. Chang serves on the Investment Committee of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.

Jonathan Eisenberg is the General Counsel of Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Eisenberg was previously the General Counsel for UBS Wealth Management Americas and, prior to that, was the Co-Head of Global Litigation, Regulatory and Employment Law at Merrill Lynch, where he worked for 12 years.

Mr. Eisenberg has significant experience in both private practice and at major financial institutions, and early in his career worked in the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of General Counsel. He has been the Co-Chair of the SEC Enforcement and Civil Litigation section of the American Bar Association’s Business Law section; the Chair of the Corporation, Finance and Securities Law section of the D.C. Bar; a member of the Board of Trustees of the New York City Bar Justice Center; and a member of the Board of Editors for Lexis/Nexis securities law publications.

A prolific legal writer, Mr. Eisenberg has written more than 60 articles on legal developments affecting financial institutions. He was the first recipient of the Global Counsel Award recognizing outstanding achievement by an in-house lawyer in the field of litigation.

Mr. Eisenberg received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.

Laura Esposito is a Managing Director and Head of Institutional Distribution. She is also a member of the firm’s Operating Committee. Prior to joining Rockefeller in May 2018, Ms. Esposito served as co-head of global sales and marketing at TT International. She previously worked at First Eagle Investment Management covering North American and European institutional investors and consultants. Ms. Esposito also held various roles in institutional distribution at Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Lord Abbett. She started in the industry in 1998 and has twenty years of experience. Ms. Esposito earned a B.S. from the Villanova School of Business and is a member of the Advisory Council for the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership at Villanova University.

David Harris, CFA is the Chief Investment Officer and President of Asset Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Harris has spent more than two decades with Rockefeller. Prior to becoming Chief Investment Officer in 2005 he was the firm’s Director of Equity Management, where he led the global equity portfolio and the equity analyst team. Before joining Rockefeller, Mr. Harris worked at Stein Roe & Farnham, where he was a portfolio manager for non-U.S. and emerging market equity funds. Mr. Harris serves on the Board of Trustees and as Chair of the Investment Committee of St. Barnabas Hospital, the Advisory and Investment Committees of the Studio in a School Association, and the Board of Directors of Quarry Underwriting Assurance Limited. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder. Mr. Harris received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and an M.B.A. with distinction from Cornell University.

Ed Moriarty is the Chief Financial Officer and Head of Risk for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Moriarty previously served as the Head of Merchant Banking & Real Estate Investing, Alternative Investment Partners (AIP), and Managed Futures at Morgan Stanley which, in aggregate managed $77 billion of AUM across a variety of alternative strategies and products. Prior to this role, he was the Chief Operating Officer of Investment Management at Morgan Stanley from 2010 to 2013. He was also a member of Morgan Stanley’s Management Committee, Firm-wide Risk Committee, Asset/Liability Management Committee and Global Franchise Committee.

Before joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Moriarty worked for Merrill Lynch & Co. from 1987 through 2008, where he finished as a Senior Vice President and Co-Chief Risk Officer and was selected to join the senior transition leadership team for the merger of Merrill Lynch & Co. with Bank of America Corp. At Merrill, he held a variety of leadership roles during his tenure across investment banking, capital markets, and risk management. He initially joined Merrill Lynch & Co. as an investment banker in 1987.

Mr. Moriarty is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Elon University as well as a trustee of Homeless Solutions, Inc., a non-profit, based in Morristown, NJ. He was formerly Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Gill St. Bernard’s School. He received his bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College and MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.

Elizabeth Munson is the President of Rockefeller Trust Company, N.A. and The Rockefeller Trust Company (Delaware). She is a Managing Director and member of the Executive Team at Rockefeller Capital Management. In this role, Ms. Munson specializes in advising high-net-worth individuals and families, particularly in trust and estate planning and philanthropic matters. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Ms. Munson was a partner in White & Case’s Private Clients Group, where she practiced from 1983 to 2001. In her law career, her practice focused on providing tax and estate planning for high-net-worth families, foundations, endowments and nonprofit organizations. She also advised the Private Clients Group at several leading banking institutions. Ms. Munson is extensively involved in nonprofit organizations. She serves as Board Chair of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House; Vice President and Secretary of Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services; Secretary of the Cancer Schmancer Foundation; and as a Director of Stichting to Promote Women’s World Banking. She is also a director of CPA®18, a real estate investment trust advised by WP Carey & Co, LLC. Ms. Munson received an LLM in taxation from New York University School of Law, a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a bachelor’s degree from Yale College.

Christopher J. (Chris) Randazzo is President of Private Wealth Management and Head of Technology & Operations for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Randazzo was the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth Management and Investment Management at Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for the strategic direction of technology platforms across the businesses. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Randazzo was the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth and Investment Management at Bank of America Merrill Lynch from 2008 to 2013. He joined Merrill Lynch in 1994 and held a variety of other senior technology roles at the firm. Mr. Randazzo is a board member of the Wall Street Technology Association.

Jack Ryan is the Chief Operating Officer for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Ryan is a global leader with over 25 years of experience in Human Capital and operations. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2018, Mr. Ryan was a longtime Human Capital executive at General Electric and GE Capital. Most recently, he led GE’s Executive Development and served as their Chief Learning Officer with responsibility for the world-renowned Crotonville Leadership Development Institute. For six years before that, he was the top human capital leader for GE Capital. Mr. Ryan is a graduate of General Electric’s Human Resources Management Program and has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. He is on the Board of Trustees for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston and an advisory board member of the Martha & Spencer Love School of Business at Elon University.

Jeffrey Shames is the Senior Strategy Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management, where he helps the drive the firm-wide growth strategy. He is a member of the Executive Team.

He is also in an Executive in Residence at the MIT Sloan School of Management, lecturing in finance, leadership and global health management, and serving as a member of the Advisory Boards of the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Masters of Finance Program, and MIT Leadership Center.

Previously, Mr. Shames was the Chairman and CEO of MFS Investment Management and served on the Board of Trustees of the MFS Funds. He joined MFS in 1983 as an industry analyst, and during his time with the firm also served as a portfolio manager, Chief Equity Officer, President and as a member of the board. He retired as CEO in 2002 and from his Chairman role in 2004.

Mr. Shames was a senior advisor to Morgan Stanley from 2010-2013, where he was responsible for advising the President of Investment Management and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Wealth Management.

He is a member of the boards of trustees of the X Prize Foundation, City Year, Summer Search, Tufts Medical Center and the Berklee College of Music. He also serves on the boards of several new start-ups.

Mr. Shames received his bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management. In between college and graduate school, he served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Harry Singh is the Head of Strategy & Business Development, Private Wealth Management for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team.

Mr. Singh was previously a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, where he was also a member of the Management Committee of the Wealth Management business, and Head of the Office of the Vice Chairman for Global Wealth Management. He held roles as the head of the Strategic Client Management Groups, and Co-Head of the Institutional Wealth Services businesses.

Prior to his time at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Singh served in a variety of leadership roles at Merrill Lynch across the firm’s Wealth Management, Investment Banking and Fixed Income trading businesses, both in New York and London. Most recently, he was a Managing Director, member of the Investment Banking Operating Committee, Co-Head of Global Client Coverage and Chief Operating Officer of Global Capital Markets.

He has an M.B.A. from Cornell University and bachelor’s degree from the University of Bombay.

R. Mitchell Theiss is President of Strategic Advisory for Rockefeller Capital Management. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Theiss brings to Rockefeller more than 30 years of investment banking experience, having served as a trusted advisor to companies across a broad range of industry sectors. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Theiss was at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he spent 19 years and was most recently Chairman of Global Industrials. Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Theiss spent a decade in investment banking at Goldman Sachs. He earned an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Raymond N. Wareham is the Vice Chairman, Global Family Office. He is a member of the Executive Team. Mr. Wareham advises high net worth individuals, families and family offices, in addition to working on growth-oriented initiatives for the firm. Prior to joining Rockefeller in 2012, Mr. Wareham was a Senior Managing Director for Bernstein Global Wealth Management. At Bernstein, he served in a number of roles, including as a senior portfolio manager and as head of the Wealth Management Group, which provided investment planning and asset allocation research and advice to clients. Most recently, he headed the Boston Office for the private client business. Mr. Wareham previously spent twenty-four years at J.P. Morgan in corporate finance, M&A, and underwriting capacities in New York, London, and Tokyo. Mr. Wareham received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering/Computer Science with distinction from Northwestern University. He also served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. He is a former Trustee and Board Chair, and is a member of Heads Council at The Spence School in New York and currently is an advisor to The Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center.

Grace Yoon is the Chief Marketing Officer for Rockefeller Capital Management. She is a member of the Firm’s Executive Team.

Prior to joining Rockefeller, Ms. Yoon was a senior executive in financial services advisory at Ernst & Young, advising financial institutions in areas of transformation, innovation and strategy. Previously, she was a managing director at Morgan Stanley, responsible for driving wealth and asset management growth for investment banking clients. Before that, Ms. Yoon spent a number of years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in investment banking, equity capital markets, and investor relations for Merrill Lynch during the financial crisis.

She earned an MBA in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University, a BA in Economics from Brown University, and is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy. Ms. Yoon is a member of the Board of Directors of Invest In Girls.

Senior Advisors

Gary Anderson is a Senior Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Anderson served as Greer Anderson’s Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner since its founding in 2008. Before co-founding Greer Anderson Capital LLC in 2008, Mr. Anderson was a member of the investment team and responsible for business development at Diker Management, a hedge fund based in New York City. Prior to that, Mr. Anderson served as the Director of Investments for Tulane University’s Investment Management Office. While at Tulane University, Mr. Anderson participated in creating a dedicated office responsible for managing Tulane University’s diversified $1 billion endowment. Mr. Anderson also worked for Lighthouse Capital Partners, a Menlo Park, California based venture debt/capital firm and Salomon Smith Barney in New York City. Mr. Anderson is an emeritus member of the Business School Council of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Mr. Anderson holds a B.A. degree from Villanova University and an M.B.A. from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.

Philip Greer is a Senior Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Greer was the founder of Greer Anderson Capital. Before co-founding Greer Anderson Capital LLC in 2008, Mr. Greer was a Founding Partner, Senior Managing Partner and Member of the Executive Committee of Weiss, Peck & Greer (“WPG”) from 1971 – 1998. WPG managed in excess of $20 billion and was sold in 1998 to Robeco, an investment management firm based in Rotterdam, Holland. Mr. Greer remained with the firm through 2002. Mr. Greer was an early-stage investor through WPG venture funds and served as a director of Federal Express Corporation from 1974 – 2008. He was Chairman of the FedEx board’s Compensation Committee for five years, and, before that, as Chairman of the Audit Committee for twenty-five years. Mr. Greer was also a Director of The Robert Mondavi Corporation from 1992 – 2004 where he served as Chairman of the Audit Committee. Mr. Greer has served for twenty-five years as a Trustee of Deerfield Academy and was President of the Board from 2008 – 2014. He has been elected one of two lifetime trustees in the history of the school. Mr. Greer served as a Trustee of the Board of Administrators of Tulane University from 1998 – 2009 including a three-year term as Chairman. Mr. Greer holds an A.B. degree from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Brian C. McK. Henderson is a Senior Advisor for Rockefeller Capital Management. In addition to his new role as a Senior Advisor to Rockefeller, Mr. Henderson is the founding partner of Henderson International Advisors, LLC, which he started in April 2014. Mr. Henderson spent most of his career with Merrill Lynch, where he held a variety of senior roles over 23 years, including as Director of Communications, Merrill Lynch Capital Markets; Senior Vice President, Merrill Lynch International; and Executive Assistant to the Chairman and President. He was also on the boards of Prime Merrill SpA (Italy) and Merrill Lynch South Africa. Before joining Merrill, Mr. Henderson spent 14 years with Chase Manhattan Bank, with responsibilities that covered multiple divisions and continents. Mr. Henderson is the non-executive Chairman of Augustea Bunge Maritime Ltd., and an independent director for BMCE Bank of Africa. He is on the advisory board of the Spanish law firm Cremades & Calvo Sotelo. Mr. Henderson also serves on many not-for-profit boards, and was previously on the Ethics and Policy Committee of the DDC for the First Judicial Department, Supreme Court Appellate Division, State of New York. He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

Derek Jeter is  part-owner of MLB's Miami Marlins, for whom he also now serves as CEO, overseeing the day-to-day for both the business and baseball operations for the team. He is the first African-American to serve in this role for any major league team in the history of the sport.  Jeter is the founder of The Players' Tribune, an innovative multimedia company where world-class athletes share their honest and unique perspectives, bringing fans closer to the games they love. Also, Jeter is a partner and investor in several fast growing companies.

A five-time World Series champion and member of baseball's exclusive 3,000-hit club, Jeter earned numerous accolades throughout his career in recognition of both his on-field skill and his commitment to the community, including: World Series and All-Star Game MVP (2000); 14 MLB All-Star selections; 5 Gold Glove Awards; 5 Silver Slugger Awards; AL Rookie of the Year (1996); Roberto Clemente Award (2009); and Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award (2009). In 2017, the Yankees retired his No. 2 jersey and unveiled a plaque in the famed Monument Park in recognition of his historic career with the organization.

Jeter continues to be the driving force behind the Turn 2 Foundation, which he established in 1996 to give back to the communities with which he has a close connection, including West Michigan, Tampa and New York City. To date, the Turn 2 Foundation has awarded close to $27 million in grants to create and support signature programs that motivate young people to turn away from drugs and alcohol and "Turn 2" healthy lifestyles.

Mark Patterson is a Senior Advisor to Rockefeller Capital Management. Mr. Patterson has been a real estate consultant and financial advisor since leaving Merrill Lynch in 2009 and is currently an Advisory Director in the Real Estate Group at Investcorp International. He joined Merrill Lynch as the Global Head of Real Estate Investment Banking in April 2005 and in 2006 also became the Co-Head of Global Commercial Real Estate, a role that encompassed real estate investment banking, principal investing and mortgage debt. Prior to leaving Merrill Lynch Mr. Patterson was a Managing Director and Head of the Real Estate Global Principal Investments. Prior to his time at Merrill Lynch, Mr. Patterson spent 16 years at Citigroup where he was the Global Head of Real Estate Investment Banking from 1996 to 2005. He started his career working in the real estate groups at Chemical Realty Trust and Arthur Andersen. Mr. Patterson serves on the Board of Directors of Digital Realty Trust, Americold Realty Trust, UDR, Inc. and Paramount Group. He also served as the Chairman and CEO of Boomerang Systems from 2010-2016 and 2010-2015, respectively. Mr. Patterson has a Bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Paul M. Wetzel, is a member of the Board of Directors of Brighthouse Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: BHF). Mr. Wetzel joined the Board of BHF, a new company established by MetLife, at its inception on August 4th, 2017 following its spin-off from MetLife, Inc. As a board member, he serves on the Finance and Risk, Compensation, and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees.

After more than 30 years in investment banking, Mr. Wetzel retired from Deutsche Bank in October 2016. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2009 as a Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions Mergers and Acquisitions in the Americas and was additionally named Vice Chairman of Financial Institutions in 2010. He later served as Head of Investment Banking in Japan from 2011 to 2013 and as Chairman of the Global Financial Institutions Group based in New York from 2013 until his retirement in 2016.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr. Wetzel was a Senior Vice President and Head of Global Strategy and Business Development for Merrill Lynch & Co. Mr. Wetzel joined Merrill Lynch in its Financial Institutions Group (“FIG”) in 1992. From 2005 through 2008 he was based in Japan as Head of Merrill Lynch’s Asia Pacific FIG investment banking practice. In that role, he managed Merrill Lynch’s FIG businesses in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai. Prior to that assignment, Mr. Wetzel was based in New York and held the position of Head of Global Financial Institutions Mergers & Acquisitions. Before joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Wetzel worked, beginning in 1985, in the Financial Institutions Group at the investment banking firm Salomon Brothers.

Through his more than 30 years as an investment banker covering financial institutions, Mr. Wetzel has extensive global experience advising major banking, insurance, asset management, financial technology, and specialty finance companies in mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, and other financial transactions.

Mr. Wetzel graduated Summa Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1981 with a B.S. degree in business and earned his MBA from The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1985.

Mr. Wetzel and his wife Melissa have four adult children and reside in New York City. They also spend time at their house in Vermont where they enjoy skiing, biking, and kayaking.

Gary Anderson is a Senior Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Anderson served as Greer Anderson’s Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner since its founding in 2008. Before co-founding Greer Anderson Capital LLC in 2008, Mr. Anderson was a member of the investment team and responsible for business development at Diker Management, a hedge fund based in New York City. Prior to that, Mr. Anderson served as the Director of Investments for Tulane University’s Investment Management Office. While at Tulane University, Mr. Anderson participated in creating a dedicated office responsible for managing Tulane University’s diversified $1 billion endowment. Mr. Anderson also worked for Lighthouse Capital Partners, a Menlo Park, California based venture debt/capital firm and Salomon Smith Barney in New York City. Mr. Anderson is an emeritus member of the Business School Council of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Mr. Anderson holds a B.A. degree from Villanova University and an M.B.A. from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.

Philip Greer is a Senior Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Mr. Greer was the founder of Greer Anderson Capital. Before co-founding Greer Anderson Capital LLC in 2008, Mr. Greer was a Founding Partner, Senior Managing Partner and Member of the Executive Committee of Weiss, Peck & Greer (“WPG”) from 1971 – 1998. WPG managed in excess of $20 billion and was sold in 1998 to Robeco, an investment management firm based in Rotterdam, Holland. Mr. Greer remained with the firm through 2002. Mr. Greer was an early-stage investor through WPG venture funds and served as a director of Federal Express Corporation from 1974 – 2008. He was Chairman of the FedEx board’s Compensation Committee for five years, and, before that, as Chairman of the Audit Committee for twenty-five years. Mr. Greer was also a Director of The Robert Mondavi Corporation from 1992 – 2004 where he served as Chairman of the Audit Committee. Mr. Greer has served for twenty-five years as a Trustee of Deerfield Academy and was President of the Board from 2008 – 2014. He has been elected one of two lifetime trustees in the history of the school. Mr. Greer served as a Trustee of the Board of Administrators of Tulane University from 1998 – 2009 including a three-year term as Chairman. Mr. Greer holds an A.B. degree from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Brian C. McK. Henderson is a Senior Advisor for Rockefeller Capital Management. In addition to his new role as a Senior Advisor to Rockefeller, Mr. Henderson is the founding partner of Henderson International Advisors, LLC, which he started in April 2014. Mr. Henderson spent most of his career with Merrill Lynch, where he held a variety of senior roles over 23 years, including as Director of Communications, Merrill Lynch Capital Markets; Senior Vice President, Merrill Lynch International; and Executive Assistant to the Chairman and President. He was also on the boards of Prime Merrill SpA (Italy) and Merrill Lynch South Africa. Before joining Merrill, Mr. Henderson spent 14 years with Chase Manhattan Bank, with responsibilities that covered multiple divisions and continents. Mr. Henderson is the non-executive Chairman of Augustea Bunge Maritime Ltd., and an independent director for BMCE Bank of Africa. He is on the advisory board of the Spanish law firm Cremades & Calvo Sotelo. Mr. Henderson also serves on many not-for-profit boards, and was previously on the Ethics and Policy Committee of the DDC for the First Judicial Department, Supreme Court Appellate Division, State of New York. He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

Derek Jeter is  part-owner of MLB's Miami Marlins, for whom he also now serves as CEO, overseeing the day-to-day for both the business and baseball operations for the team. He is the first African-American to serve in this role for any major league team in the history of the sport.  Jeter is the founder of The Players' Tribune, an innovative multimedia company where world-class athletes share their honest and unique perspectives, bringing fans closer to the games they love. Also, Jeter is a partner and investor in several fast growing companies.

A five-time World Series champion and member of baseball's exclusive 3,000-hit club, Jeter earned numerous accolades throughout his career in recognition of both his on-field skill and his commitment to the community, including: World Series and All-Star Game MVP (2000); 14 MLB All-Star selections; 5 Gold Glove Awards; 5 Silver Slugger Awards; AL Rookie of the Year (1996); Roberto Clemente Award (2009); and Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award (2009). In 2017, the Yankees retired his No. 2 jersey and unveiled a plaque in the famed Monument Park in recognition of his historic career with the organization.

Jeter continues to be the driving force behind the Turn 2 Foundation, which he established in 1996 to give back to the communities with which he has a close connection, including West Michigan, Tampa and New York City. To date, the Turn 2 Foundation has awarded close to $27 million in grants to create and support signature programs that motivate young people to turn away from drugs and alcohol and "Turn 2" healthy lifestyles.

Mark Patterson is a Senior Advisor to Rockefeller Capital Management. Mr. Patterson has been a real estate consultant and financial advisor since leaving Merrill Lynch in 2009 and is currently an Advisory Director in the Real Estate Group at Investcorp International. He joined Merrill Lynch as the Global Head of Real Estate Investment Banking in April 2005 and in 2006 also became the Co-Head of Global Commercial Real Estate, a role that encompassed real estate investment banking, principal investing and mortgage debt. Prior to leaving Merrill Lynch Mr. Patterson was a Managing Director and Head of the Real Estate Global Principal Investments. Prior to his time at Merrill Lynch, Mr. Patterson spent 16 years at Citigroup where he was the Global Head of Real Estate Investment Banking from 1996 to 2005. He started his career working in the real estate groups at Chemical Realty Trust and Arthur Andersen. Mr. Patterson serves on the Board of Directors of Digital Realty Trust, Americold Realty Trust, UDR, Inc. and Paramount Group. He also served as the Chairman and CEO of Boomerang Systems from 2010-2016 and 2010-2015, respectively. Mr. Patterson has a Bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Paul M. Wetzel, is a member of the Board of Directors of Brighthouse Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: BHF). Mr. Wetzel joined the Board of BHF, a new company established by MetLife, at its inception on August 4th, 2017 following its spin-off from MetLife, Inc. As a board member, he serves on the Finance and Risk, Compensation, and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees.

After more than 30 years in investment banking, Mr. Wetzel retired from Deutsche Bank in October 2016. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2009 as a Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions Mergers and Acquisitions in the Americas and was additionally named Vice Chairman of Financial Institutions in 2010. He later served as Head of Investment Banking in Japan from 2011 to 2013 and as Chairman of the Global Financial Institutions Group based in New York from 2013 until his retirement in 2016.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr. Wetzel was a Senior Vice President and Head of Global Strategy and Business Development for Merrill Lynch & Co. Mr. Wetzel joined Merrill Lynch in its Financial Institutions Group (“FIG”) in 1992. From 2005 through 2008 he was based in Japan as Head of Merrill Lynch’s Asia Pacific FIG investment banking practice. In that role, he managed Merrill Lynch’s FIG businesses in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai. Prior to that assignment, Mr. Wetzel was based in New York and held the position of Head of Global Financial Institutions Mergers & Acquisitions. Before joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Wetzel worked, beginning in 1985, in the Financial Institutions Group at the investment banking firm Salomon Brothers.

Through his more than 30 years as an investment banker covering financial institutions, Mr. Wetzel has extensive global experience advising major banking, insurance, asset management, financial technology, and specialty finance companies in mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, and other financial transactions.

Mr. Wetzel graduated Summa Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1981 with a B.S. degree in business and earned his MBA from The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1985.

Mr. Wetzel and his wife Melissa have four adult children and reside in New York City. They also spend time at their house in Vermont where they enjoy skiing, biking, and kayaking.

Board of Directors

Gregory J. Fleming is the Chief Executive Officer of Rockefeller Capital Management, a role he has held since the firm, formerly known as Rockefeller & Co., launched in March 2018. Mr. Fleming is also a member of the Board of Directors.

Prior to leading Rockefeller Capital Management, Mr. Fleming was the President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Before joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Merrill Lynch from 2007 to 2009, and previously ran Merrill Lynch’s Global Investment Banking business. Mr. Fleming joined Merrill Lynch as an investment banker in 1992. He had also been a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mr. Fleming is a director of Colgate University; a member of the Board of Advisors for the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York; a director on Turn2 Foundation Board; a trustee at Deerfield Academy; and a member of the Ronald McDonald House Board of Directors. He serves as a Visiting Lecturer in Law and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Study of Corporate Law at Yale Law School.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate in economics from Colgate University and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

John J. Brennan is chairman emeritus and senior advisor of Vanguard. Mr. Brennan joined Vanguard in July 1982. He was elected president in 1989, served as chief executive officer from 1996 to 2008, and served as chairman of the board from 1998 to 2009.

He is a director of General Electric Company, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, and American Express Company; chairman of the board of trustees of the University of Notre Dame; a founding trustee of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST); chairman of Vanguard Charitable; and a member of the Pennsylvania Early Learning Investment Commission. He is past chairman of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Financial Accounting Foundation, and the Investment Company Institute.

Mr. Brennan graduated from Dartmouth College and earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Harvard Business School. He has received honorary degrees from Mount Aloysius College, Curry College, and Drexel University.

Andrea Jung is President and Chief Executive Officer of Grameen America, the fastest-growing microfinance organization in the United States. The former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Avon Products, Inc., and longtime champion of women’s issues, Ms. Jung was appointed by Grameen’s Founder and Chairman and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus to the position in April 2014. Founded in 2008, Grameen America is dedicated to helping women who live in poverty build small businesses to create better lives for their families. The organization has invested more than $1 billion in women’s small businesses around the country.

Ms. Jung, the longest-serving female chief executive in the Fortune 500, is respected as a trailblazer for women. She served as CEO of Avon from 1999 through April 2012, and as Chairman from 2001 through December 2012. As Avon’s first woman CEO and Chairman, Ms. Jung was also the first woman to serve as Chairman of the Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association, and as Chairman of the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations.

During her tenure at Avon, she was responsible for developing and expanding economic earnings opportunities for over six million women in more than 100 countries. She has been lauded globally for her pursuit of public-private partnerships to end violence against women and to stem the breast cancer epidemic. Under her leadership, the Avon Foundation for Women raised and awarded nearly $1 billion to support health and empowerment causes, becoming the largest women-focused corporate philanthropy around the world. Ms. Jung's efforts were recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative, which in 2010 honored her with the Clinton Global Citizen Award for her visionary leadership in solving pressing global challenges.

Throughout her corporate tenure, Ms. Jung ranked consistently among the top leaders on lists including Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women in Business,” Forbes’ “Most Powerful Women in the World,” and the Financial Times’ “Top Women in World Business.”

Ms. Jung is a graduate of Princeton University. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Apple Inc., Unilever, Rockefeller Capital Management, and Wayfair Inc. She previously served on the boards of General Electric and Daimler AG.

Brian Kaufmann is a Portfolio Manager at Viking Global Investors, L.P. He currently leads the firm's private equity investment practice. From 2010 to 2015, Mr. Kaufmann was a Portfolio Manager and Investment Analyst responsible for identifying, researching and making public equity investments in the consumer, healthcare, and business services sectors. From 2005 to 2008, Mr. Kaufmann was an Associate at TA Associates, responsible for originating, researching, and executing private equity investments in the healthcare and business services sectors. From 2003 to 2005, Mr. Kaufmann was an Investment Banking Analyst in Merrill Lynch's Mergers & Acquisitions Group. Mr. Kaufmann earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with High Distinction as a George F. Baker Scholar, and he received a BS in Applied Economics and Business Management, magna cum laude, from Cornell University.

Lord Paul Myners is a former Minister in the United Kingdom’s Treasury and a past member of the Court of the Bank of England. Myners has substantial private sector experience. He ran one of the UK’s largest institutional investors for nearly 20 years, and has served on many boards, including GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, Lloyd’s of London, Coutts & Co., and the Bank of New York. Myners has also chaired several public UK companies such as retailer Marks & Spencer and Land Securities, Europe’s largest REIT.

He became a member of the Court of the Bank of England in 2004 and was appointed Treasury Minister in the fall of 2008, with a specific brief for managing the UK’s response to the banking crisis. He was at the same time elevated to membership of The House of Lords.

His not-for-profit roles have included chairing Tate, the UK’s galleries for British and, international, modern and contemporary art, and a trustee of both the Royal Academy and the National Gallery. In addition to being a Lord, Myners has also been awarded the title Commander of the British Empire by her Majesty the Queen.

Currently, Myners is the chair and a partner of Cevian Capital, Europe’s largest activist fund manager; chairman of Edelman UK; and chancellor of the University of Exeter. He is the former chair of the London School of Economics. Myners received his first degree from the University of London and an honorary doctorate in law from the University of Exeter. He is a fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, the London Business School and the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. He has been awarded the standing of Freeman of the City of London.

Peter M. O’Neill chairs the 5600 Operating Committee for the Rockefeller Family Office, and previously chaired the Rockefeller Family Council from 2002 to 2008. He is a current member and previous chair of the finance and investment committee of the Rockefeller Family Fund, and was president of the Rockefeller Family Fund from 2001 to 2004. In addition, he is a director of Rockefeller Financial, serves on its finance committee, and chairs its nominating-governance committee.

At International House, New York, he is a trustee and chair of the nominating committee, as well as a member of its executive committee; in addition, he served as treasurer and chair of its finance committee from 2003 to 2010. He is a trustee of Winrock International, the current vice chair and former chair of Winrock’s audit committee, and a member of its executive committee. He was a trustee of the Grace Church School Board from 2003 to 2009 and still serves on its long range planning committee, which he chaired from 2003 to 2009.

Mr. O’Neill is a director of Meriwether Capital LLC, a private equity firm, and a director of the following private companies: Segrest, Inc., Capewell Components Company, LLC; Wood Pro Inc.; and Tonka Equipment Co.

Mr. O’Neill holds a Master of Social Work degree from Columbia University, and he served as an adjunct associate professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work for 10 years. He also received a two-year post graduate degree from the Ackerman Institute for the Family. Mr. O’Neill started his career as a therapist at the Boys and Girls Harbor in East Harlem, where he held a variety of positions from 1993 to 2006, including Director of the clinic’s training and internship program, and director of the Children’s Clinic (an Office of Mental Health-licensed clinic).

David Rockefeller Jr. is a longstanding businessman and philanthropist. He has held many positions amongst Rockefeller-related entities, as well as in nonprofits that support the arts and the environment. Mr. Rockefeller previously served as Chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation and Rockefeller Brothers Fund, as well as President of the Rockefeller Family Fund. He was twice Chairman of Rockefeller & Company, which became Rockefeller Capital Management in 2018, and where he now serves as a Director. He is a Trustee of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the David Rockefeller Fund, as well as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. True to his family’s legacy of land preservation, Mr. Rockefeller served as Citizen Chair of the National Parks Foundation from 1995-2005. Mr. Rockefeller is a Life Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art, a Trustee of the Asian Cultural Council and a fellow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Rockefeller’s commitment to environmental preservation and passion for sailing led him to found the nonprofit organization, Sailors for the Sea (SfS), in 2004. In 2018 SfS joined forces with the global ocean conservation organization, Oceana, becoming one of its programs. Mr. Rockefeller is now a Director of Oceana.

Jeffrey Shames is the Senior Strategy Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management, where he helps the drive the firm-wide growth strategy. He is a member of the Executive Team.

He is also in an Executive in Residence at the MIT Sloan School of Management, lecturing in finance, leadership and global health management, and serving as a member of the Advisory Boards of the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Masters of Finance Program, and MIT Leadership Center.

Previously, Mr. Shames was the Chairman and CEO of MFS Investment Management and served on the Board of Trustees of the MFS Funds. He joined MFS in 1983 as an industry analyst, and during his time with the firm also served as a portfolio manager, Chief Equity Officer, President and as a member of the board. He retired as CEO in 2002 and from his Chairman role in 2004.

Mr. Shames was a senior advisor to Morgan Stanley from 2010-2013, where he was responsible for advising the President of Investment Management and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Wealth Management.

He is a member of the boards of trustees of the X Prize Foundation, City Year, Summer Search, Tufts Medical Center and the Berklee College of Music. He also serves on the boards of several new start-ups.

Mr. Shames received his bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management. In between college and graduate school, he served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Gregory J. Fleming is the Chief Executive Officer of Rockefeller Capital Management, a role he has held since the firm, formerly known as Rockefeller & Co., launched in March 2018. Mr. Fleming is also a member of the Board of Directors.

Prior to leading Rockefeller Capital Management, Mr. Fleming was the President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Before joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Merrill Lynch from 2007 to 2009, and previously ran Merrill Lynch’s Global Investment Banking business. Mr. Fleming joined Merrill Lynch as an investment banker in 1992. He had also been a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mr. Fleming is a director of Colgate University; a member of the Board of Advisors for the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York; a director on Turn2 Foundation Board; a trustee at Deerfield Academy; and a member of the Ronald McDonald House Board of Directors. He serves as a Visiting Lecturer in Law and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Study of Corporate Law at Yale Law School.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate in economics from Colgate University and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

John J. Brennan is chairman emeritus and senior advisor of Vanguard. Mr. Brennan joined Vanguard in July 1982. He was elected president in 1989, served as chief executive officer from 1996 to 2008, and served as chairman of the board from 1998 to 2009.

He is a director of General Electric Company, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, and American Express Company; chairman of the board of trustees of the University of Notre Dame; a founding trustee of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST); chairman of Vanguard Charitable; and a member of the Pennsylvania Early Learning Investment Commission. He is past chairman of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Financial Accounting Foundation, and the Investment Company Institute.

Mr. Brennan graduated from Dartmouth College and earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Harvard Business School. He has received honorary degrees from Mount Aloysius College, Curry College, and Drexel University.

Andrea Jung is President and Chief Executive Officer of Grameen America, the fastest-growing microfinance organization in the United States. The former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Avon Products, Inc., and longtime champion of women’s issues, Ms. Jung was appointed by Grameen’s Founder and Chairman and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus to the position in April 2014. Founded in 2008, Grameen America is dedicated to helping women who live in poverty build small businesses to create better lives for their families. The organization has invested more than $1 billion in women’s small businesses around the country.

Ms. Jung, the longest-serving female chief executive in the Fortune 500, is respected as a trailblazer for women. She served as CEO of Avon from 1999 through April 2012, and as Chairman from 2001 through December 2012. As Avon’s first woman CEO and Chairman, Ms. Jung was also the first woman to serve as Chairman of the Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association, and as Chairman of the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations.

During her tenure at Avon, she was responsible for developing and expanding economic earnings opportunities for over six million women in more than 100 countries. She has been lauded globally for her pursuit of public-private partnerships to end violence against women and to stem the breast cancer epidemic. Under her leadership, the Avon Foundation for Women raised and awarded nearly $1 billion to support health and empowerment causes, becoming the largest women-focused corporate philanthropy around the world. Ms. Jung's efforts were recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative, which in 2010 honored her with the Clinton Global Citizen Award for her visionary leadership in solving pressing global challenges.

Throughout her corporate tenure, Ms. Jung ranked consistently among the top leaders on lists including Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women in Business,” Forbes’ “Most Powerful Women in the World,” and the Financial Times’ “Top Women in World Business.”

Ms. Jung is a graduate of Princeton University. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Apple Inc., Unilever, Rockefeller Capital Management, and Wayfair Inc. She previously served on the boards of General Electric and Daimler AG.

Brian Kaufmann is a Portfolio Manager at Viking Global Investors, L.P. He currently leads the firm's private equity investment practice. From 2010 to 2015, Mr. Kaufmann was a Portfolio Manager and Investment Analyst responsible for identifying, researching and making public equity investments in the consumer, healthcare, and business services sectors. From 2005 to 2008, Mr. Kaufmann was an Associate at TA Associates, responsible for originating, researching, and executing private equity investments in the healthcare and business services sectors. From 2003 to 2005, Mr. Kaufmann was an Investment Banking Analyst in Merrill Lynch's Mergers & Acquisitions Group. Mr. Kaufmann earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with High Distinction as a George F. Baker Scholar, and he received a BS in Applied Economics and Business Management, magna cum laude, from Cornell University.

Lord Paul Myners is a former Minister in the United Kingdom’s Treasury and a past member of the Court of the Bank of England. Myners has substantial private sector experience. He ran one of the UK’s largest institutional investors for nearly 20 years, and has served on many boards, including GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, Lloyd’s of London, Coutts & Co., and the Bank of New York. Myners has also chaired several public UK companies such as retailer Marks & Spencer and Land Securities, Europe’s largest REIT.

He became a member of the Court of the Bank of England in 2004 and was appointed Treasury Minister in the fall of 2008, with a specific brief for managing the UK’s response to the banking crisis. He was at the same time elevated to membership of The House of Lords.

His not-for-profit roles have included chairing Tate, the UK’s galleries for British and, international, modern and contemporary art, and a trustee of both the Royal Academy and the National Gallery. In addition to being a Lord, Myners has also been awarded the title Commander of the British Empire by her Majesty the Queen.

Currently, Myners is the chair and a partner of Cevian Capital, Europe’s largest activist fund manager; chairman of Edelman UK; and chancellor of the University of Exeter. He is the former chair of the London School of Economics. Myners received his first degree from the University of London and an honorary doctorate in law from the University of Exeter. He is a fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, the London Business School and the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. He has been awarded the standing of Freeman of the City of London.

Peter M. O’Neill chairs the 5600 Operating Committee for the Rockefeller Family Office, and previously chaired the Rockefeller Family Council from 2002 to 2008. He is a current member and previous chair of the finance and investment committee of the Rockefeller Family Fund, and was president of the Rockefeller Family Fund from 2001 to 2004. In addition, he is a director of Rockefeller Financial, serves on its finance committee, and chairs its nominating-governance committee.

At International House, New York, he is a trustee and chair of the nominating committee, as well as a member of its executive committee; in addition, he served as treasurer and chair of its finance committee from 2003 to 2010. He is a trustee of Winrock International, the current vice chair and former chair of Winrock’s audit committee, and a member of its executive committee. He was a trustee of the Grace Church School Board from 2003 to 2009 and still serves on its long range planning committee, which he chaired from 2003 to 2009.

Mr. O’Neill is a director of Meriwether Capital LLC, a private equity firm, and a director of the following private companies: Segrest, Inc., Capewell Components Company, LLC; Wood Pro Inc.; and Tonka Equipment Co.

Mr. O’Neill holds a Master of Social Work degree from Columbia University, and he served as an adjunct associate professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work for 10 years. He also received a two-year post graduate degree from the Ackerman Institute for the Family. Mr. O’Neill started his career as a therapist at the Boys and Girls Harbor in East Harlem, where he held a variety of positions from 1993 to 2006, including Director of the clinic’s training and internship program, and director of the Children’s Clinic (an Office of Mental Health-licensed clinic).

David Rockefeller Jr. is a longstanding businessman and philanthropist. He has held many positions amongst Rockefeller-related entities, as well as in nonprofits that support the arts and the environment. Mr. Rockefeller previously served as Chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation and Rockefeller Brothers Fund, as well as President of the Rockefeller Family Fund. He was twice Chairman of Rockefeller & Company, which became Rockefeller Capital Management in 2018, and where he now serves as a Director. He is a Trustee of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the David Rockefeller Fund, as well as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. True to his family’s legacy of land preservation, Mr. Rockefeller served as Citizen Chair of the National Parks Foundation from 1995-2005. Mr. Rockefeller is a Life Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art, a Trustee of the Asian Cultural Council and a fellow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Rockefeller’s commitment to environmental preservation and passion for sailing led him to found the nonprofit organization, Sailors for the Sea (SfS), in 2004. In 2018 SfS joined forces with the global ocean conservation organization, Oceana, becoming one of its programs. Mr. Rockefeller is now a Director of Oceana.

Jeffrey Shames is the Senior Strategy Advisor at Rockefeller Capital Management, where he helps the drive the firm-wide growth strategy. He is a member of the Executive Team.

He is also in an Executive in Residence at the MIT Sloan School of Management, lecturing in finance, leadership and global health management, and serving as a member of the Advisory Boards of the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Masters of Finance Program, and MIT Leadership Center.

Previously, Mr. Shames was the Chairman and CEO of MFS Investment Management and served on the Board of Trustees of the MFS Funds. He joined MFS in 1983 as an industry analyst, and during his time with the firm also served as a portfolio manager, Chief Equity Officer, President and as a member of the board. He retired as CEO in 2002 and from his Chairman role in 2004.

Mr. Shames was a senior advisor to Morgan Stanley from 2010-2013, where he was responsible for advising the President of Investment Management and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Wealth Management.

He is a member of the boards of trustees of the X Prize Foundation, City Year, Summer Search, Tufts Medical Center and the Berklee College of Music. He also serves on the boards of several new start-ups.

Mr. Shames received his bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management. In between college and graduate school, he served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Next Gen Advisory Council

Lauren Bieker graduated from Gonzaga University with degrees in Business Marketing and English. Lauren studied fashion at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in her hometown of Los Angeles and subsequently worked as a buyer for an online retailer. After her decision to focus on writing and work in publishing, Lauren participated in a writing intensive program with the National Academy of Writing at the University of Cambridge’s Pembroke College in the UK. Currently, Lauren is working at her dream job as a literary agent for FinePrint Literary Management in New York City. Her goals include giving voice to people’s stories, especially those who have not had their chance at the mic yet.

Mac Broderick is VP of Midstream Commercial Development, at Tellurian Inc. (NASDAQ: TELL), a Houston-based energy company. He has worked at Tellurian since its founding, focusing on strategy and business development. Prior to his role at Tellurian, he worked in investment management in Russia and Ukraine. He is a passionate advocate for all-of-the-above energy solutions to climate change.

Mac is a director of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, a non-profit focused on fostering thoughtful, effective philanthropy. He is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and member of the Atlantik-Brücke.

He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, the school’s flagship publication. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in global investment management, and an M.A. in energy economics and international relations from the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University. A sixth-generation member of the Rockefeller family, Mac is a graduate of Groton School and a native Detroiter.

Alexandra P. Cart is co-founder of Madeira Global, a leading environmental, social and governance (ESG) advisory and reporting firm, which uses a quantitative analytical approach to seamlessly measure, integrate and communicate the nonfinancial impact of their clients’ investments.

For her work in the industry, Alexandra's accolades over the last several years include being named a Forbes "30 under 30" Social Entrepreneur, a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Fellow, one of the WSJ "Women of Note” as well as a member of the Milken Young Leaders Circle. She is a frequent featured speaker globally and her work has been by highlighted in publications including Institutional Investor, Conscious Company and Leaders Magazine.

Previously, Alexandra was a managing director at G2 Investment Group, a New York based boutique investment management firm. Additionally, she has an international relations background, having worked with government and political entities in the United Kingdom, United States and Argentina. Alexandra graduated from Middlebury College with a B.A. in International Studies and Political Science with a specialization in Latin America. She continues her interest in foreign affairs as an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Ariana Rockefeller is a competitive United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) athlete, philanthropist and CEO of her namesake lifestyle brand Ariana Rockefeller, LLC. She also represents other brands including Swiss Watchmaker, Longines, and is a Forbes contributing editor with a column on equestrian sport and style. A graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Political Science, she is a trustee of the David Rockefeller Fund, is dedicated to The Museum of Modern Art as a Junior Associate, serves as a junior committee member for fundraising events of the American Ballet Theater & The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center, and is Chairman of the annual New York Botanical Garden's Winter Ball. In addition to New York City arts and education institutions, she supports the Humane Society's equine welfare programs. Ariana is pleased to be a steward of a family tradition of American enterprise and public service.

Hall Rockefeller is an art historian and the founder of less than half, an art criticism website covering the solo shows and goings-on of women artists in New York City. Previously, Hall served as the Warshawsky Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has also worked at the Marina Abramovic Institute and the Rosenberg & Co. Gallery.

She holds both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in the History of Art, from Yale and the Courtauld Institute of Art respectively.

Justin Rockefeller is Global Director of Family Offices and Foundations at Addepar, the financial operating system designed to bring common sense and ethical, data-driven investing to our financial world.

Addepar serves, pro bono, as the transaction-level data platform for The ImPact, a social enterprise Justin cofounded to increase the probability and pace of solving social problems by improving the flow of capital to businesses creating measurable social impact. The ImPact provides families with the knowledge and network they need to make more impact investments more effectively. Those who make The Pact commit to 1) explore the impact of all of their investments, and 2) invest to create measurable social benefit.

Since 2009, Justin has served on the board and the investment and audit committees of Rockefeller Brothers Fund; he helped steer the private foundation towards mission-aligned investing of its endowment. He also serves on the board of Japan Society.

In 2002, Justin received a B.A. from Princeton University. Justin is married, has one daughter, and lives in New York City.

Ryan Rockefeller has spent the last decade as a serial entrepreneur, inventor, investor, and artist. For the past 4 years Ryan has served as Co-Founder and CEO of Liyo, a social music streaming platform. He is currently in the process of selling the company to Muzik Connect, a smart headphone maker, where he will work while simultaneously attending Columbia Business School’s Executive MBA Program. Ryan has also been an avid angel investor and is President of R2 Ventures, an early-stage venture fund he co-founded with his brother.

Prior to his work with startups, Ryan pursued music professionally, performing in venues around NYC in a band and as a solo artist. He has also been an active student of sculpture and painting. In the nonprofit sector, he sits on the Boards of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and Art21, a Peabody Award-winning organization dedicated to producing documentary of the world’s most esteemed artists. Ryan holds a B.A. in Religion and a certificate in Urban Planning from Princeton University.

James Rothschild is a Managing Partner and co-founder of West Arrow and Principal of JR Cap LLC. Previously, James was a Partner at Lepe Partners, the TMT-focused merchant bank.

James is a Trustee of Yad Hanadiv (The Rothschild Foundation) and the Biological Trust, serves on the Steering Committee of the Jacobs Institute at Cornell Tech in New York City.

Lacey Ann Tisch, the daughter of Susan Tisch Allen and Andrew H. Tisch, is a founder and co-president of an Internet venture in Manhattan called Travelin Gals, which provides travel advice for young women. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.

Lauren Bieker graduated from Gonzaga University with degrees in Business Marketing and English. Lauren studied fashion at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in her hometown of Los Angeles and subsequently worked as a buyer for an online retailer. After her decision to focus on writing and work in publishing, Lauren participated in a writing intensive program with the National Academy of Writing at the University of Cambridge’s Pembroke College in the UK. Currently, Lauren is working at her dream job as a literary agent for FinePrint Literary Management in New York City. Her goals include giving voice to people’s stories, especially those who have not had their chance at the mic yet.

Mac Broderick is VP of Midstream Commercial Development, at Tellurian Inc. (NASDAQ: TELL), a Houston-based energy company. He has worked at Tellurian since its founding, focusing on strategy and business development. Prior to his role at Tellurian, he worked in investment management in Russia and Ukraine. He is a passionate advocate for all-of-the-above energy solutions to climate change.

Mac is a director of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, a non-profit focused on fostering thoughtful, effective philanthropy. He is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and member of the Atlantik-Brücke.

He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, the school’s flagship publication. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in global investment management, and an M.A. in energy economics and international relations from the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University. A sixth-generation member of the Rockefeller family, Mac is a graduate of Groton School and a native Detroiter.

Alexandra P. Cart is co-founder of Madeira Global, a leading environmental, social and governance (ESG) advisory and reporting firm, which uses a quantitative analytical approach to seamlessly measure, integrate and communicate the nonfinancial impact of their clients’ investments.

For her work in the industry, Alexandra's accolades over the last several years include being named a Forbes "30 under 30" Social Entrepreneur, a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Fellow, one of the WSJ "Women of Note” as well as a member of the Milken Young Leaders Circle. She is a frequent featured speaker globally and her work has been by highlighted in publications including Institutional Investor, Conscious Company and Leaders Magazine.

Previously, Alexandra was a managing director at G2 Investment Group, a New York based boutique investment management firm. Additionally, she has an international relations background, having worked with government and political entities in the United Kingdom, United States and Argentina. Alexandra graduated from Middlebury College with a B.A. in International Studies and Political Science with a specialization in Latin America. She continues her interest in foreign affairs as an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Ariana Rockefeller is a competitive United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) athlete, philanthropist and CEO of her namesake lifestyle brand Ariana Rockefeller, LLC. She also represents other brands including Swiss Watchmaker, Longines, and is a Forbes contributing editor with a column on equestrian sport and style. A graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Political Science, she is a trustee of the David Rockefeller Fund, is dedicated to The Museum of Modern Art as a Junior Associate, serves as a junior committee member for fundraising events of the American Ballet Theater & The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center, and is Chairman of the annual New York Botanical Garden's Winter Ball. In addition to New York City arts and education institutions, she supports the Humane Society's equine welfare programs. Ariana is pleased to be a steward of a family tradition of American enterprise and public service.

Hall Rockefeller is an art historian and the founder of less than half, an art criticism website covering the solo shows and goings-on of women artists in New York City. Previously, Hall served as the Warshawsky Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has also worked at the Marina Abramovic Institute and the Rosenberg & Co. Gallery.

She holds both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in the History of Art, from Yale and the Courtauld Institute of Art respectively.

Justin Rockefeller is Global Director of Family Offices and Foundations at Addepar, the financial operating system designed to bring common sense and ethical, data-driven investing to our financial world.

Addepar serves, pro bono, as the transaction-level data platform for The ImPact, a social enterprise Justin cofounded to increase the probability and pace of solving social problems by improving the flow of capital to businesses creating measurable social impact. The ImPact provides families with the knowledge and network they need to make more impact investments more effectively. Those who make The Pact commit to 1) explore the impact of all of their investments, and 2) invest to create measurable social benefit.

Since 2009, Justin has served on the board and the investment and audit committees of Rockefeller Brothers Fund; he helped steer the private foundation towards mission-aligned investing of its endowment. He also serves on the board of Japan Society.

In 2002, Justin received a B.A. from Princeton University. Justin is married, has one daughter, and lives in New York City.

Ryan Rockefeller has spent the last decade as a serial entrepreneur, inventor, investor, and artist. For the past 4 years Ryan has served as Co-Founder and CEO of Liyo, a social music streaming platform. He is currently in the process of selling the company to Muzik Connect, a smart headphone maker, where he will work while simultaneously attending Columbia Business School’s Executive MBA Program. Ryan has also been an avid angel investor and is President of R2 Ventures, an early-stage venture fund he co-founded with his brother.

Prior to his work with startups, Ryan pursued music professionally, performing in venues around NYC in a band and as a solo artist. He has also been an active student of sculpture and painting. In the nonprofit sector, he sits on the Boards of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and Art21, a Peabody Award-winning organization dedicated to producing documentary of the world’s most esteemed artists. Ryan holds a B.A. in Religion and a certificate in Urban Planning from Princeton University.

James Rothschild is a Managing Partner and co-founder of West Arrow and Principal of JR Cap LLC. Previously, James was a Partner at Lepe Partners, the TMT-focused merchant bank.

James is a Trustee of Yad Hanadiv (The Rothschild Foundation) and the Biological Trust, serves on the Steering Committee of the Jacobs Institute at Cornell Tech in New York City.

Lacey Ann Tisch, the daughter of Susan Tisch Allen and Andrew H. Tisch, is a founder and co-president of an Internet venture in Manhattan called Travelin Gals, which provides travel advice for young women. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.

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