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03.22.

2013 THE PIERRE HOTEL, NYC

CREATING DIVERSE
OPPORTUNITIES

Thank You to Our


50th Anniversary Sponsor
SEO
is Proud and Honored to have
Grosvenor Capital Management LP
as our
Presenting Sponsor
for SEOs Fourth Annual
Alternative Investments Conference
Conference Sponsors
PRESENTING SPONSOR

PREMIER SPONSORS

SIRIS
Capital Group, LLC

LEADERSHIP SPONSORS

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

JOURNAL SPONSORS

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Interest in alternative investments has never been stronger, but the paths
to opportunities in this industry are not always clearly marked. Sponsors
for Educational Opportunitys (SEO) Alternative Investments Conference
promotes diversity by providing a day of education, access, and career
development for young and experienced professionals who are traditionally
underrepresented in the alternatives sector. The Conference includes panel
discussions and networking activities with sector leaders, emerging managers,
limited partners, and fund managers.
The Conference is part of the SEO Alternative Investments Program, which
builds upon SEOs 50-year history of providing talented and motivated young
people from underserved and underrepresented communities access to
educational and career opportunities.
SEOs Alternative Investments Fellowship Program (AIFP), launched with
Kolhberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and TPG Capital, combines workshops,
training, and mentoring to educate and prepare underrepresented first- and
second-year analysts as candidates for positions in private equity and other
opportunities within the alternative investments sector.
CCMP Capital Advisors LLC and Pantheon Ventures (US) LP have joined
SEOs Alternative Investments Undergraduate Program to identify talent for
their undergraduate summer analyst programs, providing additional pathways
for talented individuals to gain access to the industry.
The SEO Alternative Investments program has grown with the critical guidance
of SEOs Limited Partner Advisory Council and the support of the Private Equity
Growth Capital Council.

The Honorable Christine A. Gogan R. David Kelly * The Honorable Tom Tull Kelly M. Williams
Thomas P. DiNapoli Senior Portfolio Manager, Chairman, Teacher Scott M. Stringer Interim Chief Investment Managing Director
New York State Comptroller CalPERS Retirement System of Texas, Manhattan Borough Officer, Employees & Global Head,
Board of Trustees / President Retirement System of Texas The Customized Fund
Managing Partner, Straight Investment Group
Line Realty Partners

* SEO Alumnus / Alumna SEO Limited Partner Advisory Council Member

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Friday, March 22, 2013
8:00a 9:10a The Limited Partner Leadership Breakfast (Invitation Only) Cotillion Room
Sponsored by Grosvenor Capital Management LP
Kelly M. Williams, Managing Director & Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group
Tom Tull, Interim Chief Investment Officer, Employees Retirement System of Texas
The Honorable Thomas P. DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller
Introduced by Kurt A. Summers, Jr., Senior Vice President, Grosvenor Capital Management LP
9:15a - 10:00a Opening Remarks Grand Ballroom
Conference Emcee: Mina Pacheco Nazemi*, Partner, The Customized Fund Investment Group-Credit Suisse
R. David Kelly *, Chairman, Teacher Retirement System of Texas Board of Trustees /
Managing Partner, Straight Line Realty Partners
Christine A. Gogan, Senior Portfolio Manager, CalPERS

10:00a - 10:50a Private Equity: Increasing Capital Sources Grand Ballroom


& Diversifying Funding Streams
Securing commitments from institutional investors remains challenging and as a result many GPs are exploring
diversifying their investor base. In addition, LPs are under pressure to generate higher returns from the asset
class and exploring ways to do so. The panel will discuss where they see increased activity around other
sources of capital such as dedicated funds, secondaries, co-investments, and government-sponsored mandates.
Sponsored by SIRIS Capital Group LLC & Landmark Partners
Moderator: Les Brun, Managing Director & Head of Investor Relations, CCMP Capital Advisors LLC
Ahmad Ali, Managing Director, AuldBrass Partners / Former Director & Head of Private Equity,
Cornell Universitys Office of Investments
Frank A. Baker*, Managing Director, SIRIS Capital Group LLC
Samuel J. Boyd, Jr., Chief Investment Officer & Director of Program Development,
U.S. Small Business Administration
Yokasta Segura-Baez, Principal, Pantheon Ventures (US) LP
Sophia Tsai, Managing Director, Alternative Investments, GE Asset Management

11:00a - 11:50a Emerging Managers: Scaling Up in an Uncertain Market Grand Ballroom


The Good, Bad & Unknown
The panel explores the progression of emerging managers as they achieve institutional size and scale. Institutional
investors will share their perspectives on what makes an emerging manager emerge. Fund managers who have found
success and those approaching graduation will speak candidly about how they positioned their firms to be competitive
Break-out Panels

and what unique opportunities arose as a result.


Sponsored by Palladium Equity Partners & ICV Partners
Moderator: Thurman V. White, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Progress Investment Management Company LLC, USA
r Stuart Bernstein, Senior Investment Manager, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Ronald E. Blaylock, Founder & Managing Partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners
Barry M. Miller, Head of Private Equity, New York City Retirement Systems
Marcos A. Rodriguez, Managing Member, Palladium Equity Partners
Willie E. Woods, President & Managing Director, ICV Partners

11:00a - 11:50a Accessing Career Opportunities in the Alternatives Investments Industry Cotillion Room
Uncovering and landing job opportunities within the growing alternative investments sector is as competitive as
ever. With a rich array of business and career possibilities in the market, learning the industry landscape and
developing a blueprint for navigating the recruiting process are key to landing a position.
Sponsored by Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC
Moderator: John Civantos*, Partner, Court Square Capital Partners
Ann M. Kraftson, Managing Director, The Oxbridge Group
Carolina Dorson Ponzer, Recruiter, CPI
Haranjeet Narulla*, Principal, Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC
Lisa Westley*, Head of Talent Management, TPG Capital
*SEO Alumnus/Alumna SEO Limited Partner Advisory Council Member

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11:50a - 12:00p Networking Break Garden Foyer

12:00p - 12:05p Special Guest Grand Ballroom


The Honorable Scott M. Stringer, Manhattan Borough President

12:10p - 1:10p CIO Roundtable Spotlight: The State of the Industry Grand Ballroom
Hear from top institutional investors regarding their views on the current state of the market and the industry outlook for
2013. These thought leaders will also share their perspectives on what they are focusing on to ensure the best possible
returns for their respective institutions and the methods they are employing to reach their targets.
Sponsored by WL Ross & Co. LLC
Moderator: Kim Y. Lew, Vice President & Co-Chief Investment Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Frank Ahimaz, Chief Investment Officer, Museum of Modern Art
Jerry Albright, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Collette D. Chilton, Chief Investment Officer, Williams College
Stefan Strein, Vice President & Chief Investment Officer, Annie E. Casey Foundation
1:10p - 2:00p Networking Lunch Garden Foyer & Regency
Sponsored by Private Equity Growth Capital Council
2:10p - 3:00p Hedge Funds: Navigating the Current Market & Preparing for What Lies Ahead Grand Ballroom
2012 was one of the most active years for new hedge fund formation. In this challenging fundraising environment, where
around 75% of assets go to more established firms, a differentiated, well-thought-out strategy is key, as is the skill to
navigate high performance demands of investors, macroeconomic uncertainty and regulatory changes. Senior hedge fund
managers will provide insights into how their firms - and the industry in general - can incorporate top performing strategies
Breakout Sessions

and remain flexible with regards to new opportunities, risk management, seeding, separately managed accounts, and
commingled products.
Sponsored by Standard General LP
Moderator: Soohyung Kim, Founder, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Standard General LP
Guy-Max Delphin, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer, Delphin Investments
Joseph P. Schlater, Chief Executive Officer, Busara Advisors LLC
Kurt A. Summers, Jr., Senior Vice President, Grosvenor Capital Management LP
Adeel A. Qalbani, Senior Managing Director, Reservoir Capital Group

2:10- 3:00p Compelling Opportunities in the Current Real Estate Market Cotillion Room
Managers who have successfully raised money and deployed capital in the current real estate market will discuss where they
are putting capital to work and opportunities that will shape investments along core, value-added or opportunistic strategies.
Sponsored by Colony Capital LLC
Moderator: Jeffrey Barclay, Managing Director, Real Estate Investment Group,
Alternative Investments & Manager Selection (AIMS), Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Russel S. Bernard, Managing Principal, Westport Capital Partners LLC
Henry G. Cisneros, Founder & Chairman, CityView
Rommel A. Marseille, Senior Vice President, Colony Capital LLC
Laurie Weir, Senior Portfolio Manager, CalPERS

3:10p - 4:00p Limited Partners Closing Panel: The Outlook Ahead for Emerging Managers Grand Ballroom
An excellent forum for emerging managers to gain further insight into the guiding principles and priorities underlying
important initiatives targeting minority and women managers. Decisionmakers will discuss the new state of investing
and reveal best practices for the selection process, investment strategy, and performance benchmarks.
Sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Moderator: Kelly M. Williams, Managing Director & Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group
Cheryl D. Alston, Executive Director, Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Jerry Bias, Partner & Head of Trading, Cyrus Capital Partners / Trustee, UVIMCO
Alex Do, Executive Director of Private Equity / Emerging Managers, New York City Office of the Comptroller
Matt HoganBruen, Managing Director, BAML Capital Access Funds
*SEO Alumnus/Alumna SEO Limited Partner Advisory Council Member

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SEO Limited Partner Advisory Council

SEOs Limited Partner Advisory Council (LPAC) guides SEO in its expanding work in the alternative investments sector.
The LPAC also assists SEO in developing programs, including its Alternative Investments Fellowship Program (AIFP),
which helps prepare underrepresented young and mid-career professionals for the wide array of opportunities available
in the alternative investments industry.

SEO thanks the Council and its Chair, Kelly Williams, for their continuous support of SEO and the Conference.

Chair Kelly M. Williams


Managing Director & Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group

Cheryl D. Alston, Executive Director, Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Jesus Arguelles, Portfolio Manager, Ontario Teachers Pension Plan
Laureen Costa, Portfolio Manager, JPMorgan Private Equity Group
Alex Do, Executive Director of Private Equity / Emerging Managers, New York City Office of the Comptroller
Seema R. Hingorani, Head of Public Equities & Hedge Funds, Bureau of Asset Management,
New York City Office of the Comptroller
Danita Johnson, Senior Investor Manager, Franklin Templeton Investments
R. David Kelly *, Chairman, Teacher Retirement System of Texas Board of Trustees /
Managing Partner, Straight Line Realty Partners
Kim Y. Lew, Vice President & Co-Chief Investment Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Kenyatta K. Matheny, Investment Officer, Emerging Managers Portfolio, Teachers Retirement System
of the State of Illinois
Lisa Mazzocco, Chief Investment Officer, University of Southern California
Barry M. Miller, Head of Private Equity, New York City Retirement System
Sherif Nahas, Director of Private Equity & Natural Resources, Ford Foundation
Yvonne Nelson, Head of Real Estate, New York City Office of the Comptroller
Kola Olofinboba, Partner, Fairview Capital Partners
David Ourlicht, Commissioner, New York State Insurance Fund /
Trustee, New York City Employees Retirement Systems
Edward Powers, Managing Director, BAML Capital Access Funds
Tyson Pratcher *, Assistant Comptroller, New York State Office of the Comptroller
Andr Rice, President, Muller & Monroe Asset Management LLC
Yokasta Segura-Baez, Principal, Pantheon Ventures (US) LP
Jimmy Yan, Trustee, New York City Employees Retirement System
Paul Yett, Managing Director, Hamilton Lane
*SEO Alumnus/Alumna

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Conference Host Committee

Grosvenor Capital Management LP

CCMP Capital Advisors LLC

Marcos A. Rodriguez
Managing Member
Palladium Equity Partners

Private Equity Growth Capital Council

Frank A. Baker
Managing Director
SIRIS Capital Group LLC

WL Ross & Co. LLC

SEO Alternative Investments Conference


2013 Conference Planning Committee
SEO thanks the 2013 Conference Planning Committee for their extraordinary support of SEO and the Conference.

Chair: Kelly M. Williams


Managing Director & Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group

Kwabena Amporful*, Founder and CEO, INTED / Former Vice President, Databank Private Equity Limited
Cheryl D. Alston, Executive Director, Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Frank A. Baker *, Managing Director, SIRIS Capital Group LLC
Alex Do, Executive Director of Private Equity / Emerging Managers, New York City Office of the Comptroller
Natalie Jenkins Sorrell*, Investment Officer, Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Danita Johnson, Senior Investment Manager, Franklin Templeton Investments
Soohyung Kim, Founder, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Standard General LP
Kim Y. Lew, Vice President & Co-Chief Investment Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York
David Ourlicht, Commissioner, New York State Insurance Fund /
Trustee, New York City Employees Retirement System
Edward Powers, Managing Director, BAML Capital Access Funds
Himayani Puri Ramanan*, Chief Investment Officer, Realm Partners LLC
Andr Rice, President, Muller & Monroe Asset Management LLC
Joseph P. Schlater, Chief Executive Officer, Busara Advisors LLC
Rendel Solomon, Vice President, Muller & Monroe Asset Management LLC
Paul Yett, Managing Director, Hamilton Lane
Joanne Yoo*, Managing Director, Watermark Alternative Investment Management
*SEO Alumnus/Alumna

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LP BREAKFAST SPEAKERS

Kelly M. Williams Managing Director and Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group
Kelly Williams is Managing Director and Global Head of the Customized Fund Investment Group. CFIG manages over $30 billion of client
commitments to private equity and real estate funds, and specializes in designing tailored portfolios for investors. In addition, CFIG provides
portfolio management services for over $130 billion of client commitments to private equity. Ms. Williams was an Executive Director with Prudential's
private equity group where she founded CFIG in 1999. Ms. Williams was previously an associate with Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy, where
she specialized in global project finance.
Ms. Williams graduated magna cum laude from Union College in 1986 and received her JD from NYU School of Law in 1989. She was elected to
the YWCA Academy of Women Leaders in 2007. She is a member of the Metro Chapter of YPO and serves on the Board of Trustees of Union College
and the Robert Toigo Foundation. She is the founding board chair of the Private Equity Women Investor Network. Ms. Williams serves on the Board of
Directors of the Council of Urban Professionals and the advisory board of the Association of Asian American Investment Managers. She is also the
chair of the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) Limited Partners Advisory Council.
Ms. Williams was recognized in 2011 and 2012 by American Banker magazine as one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance and received the
2012 Woman of Power and Influence Award given by the National Organization for Women.

Tom Tull Interim Chief Investment Officer, Employees Retirement Systems of Texas
Tom Tull, CFA, is the Interim Chief Investment Officer at the Employees Retirement System of Texas. Previously, he was a founding partner of
Gulfstream Global Investors, Ltd. which was sold to West LB of Germany in January, 2001. Gulfstream Global was an SEC registered investment
adviser specializing in international equity management.
Mr. Tull is the former Director-Employee Benefit Fund Investments for The LTV Corporation and also served as President of Western Reserve Capital
Management, Inc., the pension asset management subsidiary of The LTV Corporation. In this capacity, he was responsible for the investment of a
$1.2 billion retirement trust. This responsibility included the management of a $90 million international equity portfolio and the management of the
outside investment manager relationships. His investment career began in 1971.
Prior to joining LTV in February 1983, Mr. Tull served for seven years as Director-Pension Investments of The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company. He
managed an in-house pension fund, introduced international investing and other diversification policies and performed a variety of corporate duties.
Mr. Tull received a B.S. in Finance from Ohio State University, an M.B.A. from Xavier University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He is also a
member of a variety of financial organizations.

The Honorable Thomas P. DiNapoli New York State Comptroller


State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli was elected to a full four-year term as New York State Comptroller in November 2010.
Since first taking the position in February 2007, DiNapoli has transformed the way his office does business, instilling reforms to make government
more effective, efficient and ethical. He has pushed for increased transparency and accountability in government, and identified billions of dollars
in waste, fraud, abuse and mismanagement.
DiNapoli, New York's chief fiscal officer, is responsible for auditing the operations of all State agencies and local governments, managing the State's
pension fund, overseeing the New York State and Local Retirement System, reviewing the State and New York City budgets, approving State contracts,
and administering the State's payroll and central accounting system. As sole trustee for the $150.6 billion (As of March 31, 2012) State pension
fund, one of the largest institutional investors in the world, DiNapoli has:
Safeguarded the interests of over one million members, retirees and beneficiaries
Imposed tough new rules to prevent improper influence on investment decisions, and enhanced public disclosure
Invested millions of dollars in New York companies to grow the State's economy
Fought for changes in Iran and Sudan, promoting responsible investing
Created opportunities for minority and women fund managers.
As the State's fiscal watchdog, DiNapoli has emphasized that "every dime counts." He has been an outspoken critic of fiscal gimmicks.
Previously, DiNapoli represented northwestern Nassau County in the State Assembly for 20 years. During his legislative career, he fought to restore
fiscal responsibility in Nassau County, prevent fraud and mismanagement in school districts, and clean up the State's water supply.
A lifelong resident of Nassau County, DiNapoli first gained recognition in 1972 when he was elected to the Mineola Board of Education at the age
of 18, becoming the youngest person in New York State to hold public office. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from Hofstra University and a
master's degree in management and urban policy from The New School University. Prior to his election to the Assembly, DiNapoli was a manager in
the telecommunications industry and served as an adjunct professor.

Intoduced by Kurt A. Summers, Jr., Senior Vice President, Grosvenor Capital Management, LP

OPENING REMARKS
Mina Pacheco Nazemi Partner, The Customized Fund Investment Group-Credit Suisse, SEO Alumna 97
Conference Emcee

Mina Pacheco Nazemi is a Partner of Customized Fund Investment Group (CFIG), which manages over $30 billion of client commitments to private eq-
uity and real estate funds, and specializes in designing tailored private equity portfolios for investors. Pacheco Nazemi is on the investment com-
mittee and also works on all aspects of the business from investments, client management to business development. Pacheco Nazemi and her team
work on a number of different client mandates but also invests for clients that have a specific interest in investing in direct / co-investments, emerging
markets, emerging managers (women and minorities managers or companies) and the underserved sector.
Pacheco Nazemi graduated with Honors from Stanford University and also has an MBA from Harvard Business School. Pacheco Nazemi sits on the
board of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO). She is both an alum and mentor for the Robert Toigo Foundation, whose mission is to bring
increased diversity to the financial industry. She also actively supports the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and New America Alliance. She is an active
member of Credit Suisses Womens network and has been instrumental in recruiting Latinos.

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R. David Kelly Chairman, Teacher Retirement System of Texas Board of Trustees /


Managing Partner, Straight Line Realty Partners, SEO Alumnus 84
R. David Kelly is managing partner of Straight Line Realty Partners. He is a member of the Dallas Assembly and Al Masah Capital Advisory Board.
He is also past chairman of the Texas Public Finance Authority, and past director of the Texas Handicapped Accessibility Initiative and Dallas
Affordable Housing Coalition.
Mr. Kelly received a bachelor's degree from Harvard University and a Master of Business Administration from the Stanford University Graduate
School of Business Administration. He is a direct appointment of the governor, has served since 2007 and was reappointed for a second term.
Mr. Kelly will continue to serve as board chair for a term to expire at the pleasure of the governor.

Christine A.Gogan Senior Portfolio Manager, CalPERS


Christine Gogan, CalPERS Senior Portfolio Manager. Ms. Gogan joined CalPERS Private Equity Team in January 2012
where she leads the Investment Management Team. The Investment Management Team is responsible for the daily
management of 275 Private Equity Partnership, Direct Investments and Co-Investments spanning over 9,000 portfolio
companies. Prior to joining CalPERS Private Equity, she served as a Senior Portfolio Manager in the CalPERS Global
Real Estate Unit where her role encompassed Top-Down Real Estate Portfolio Management with an emphasis on Risk,
Analytics, Governance, Research and Operations for the total real estate portfolio.
Ms. Gogan has 16 plus years of investment management experience gained working with both corporate and public
plans. Ms. Gogan came to CalPERS in early 2010 from Qwest Asset Management Co. where she worked in Asset Allo-
cation, Public Equities and Private Markets. She received a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Denver,
J.D. with Distinction from the University of Nebraska, Master of Professional Accountancy from the University of Ne-
braska, MBA from the University of Kansas, and Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Administration from the
University of Kansas. In addition, she maintains an active license to practice law and accounting in Colorado.
Ms. Gogan is also a CFA charterholder.

PANEL: Private Equity: Increasing Capital Sources & Diversifying Funding Streams

Les Brun Managing Director & Head of Investor Relations, CCMP Capital Advisors LLC
Les Brun is a Managing Director and Head of Investor Relations in the New York office of CCMP Capital Advisors. Prior to joining CCMP, Mr. Brun
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was, and remains Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sarr Group, LLC, a diversified holding company for his family investments. Mr. Brun also
founded and was Chairman Emeritus of Hamilton Lane, the worlds leading Private Equity advisory and management firm, focusing on the firms
strategic initiatives and direction, as well as its investment decision-making through his participation on the firms Investment Committee. He was also a
member of the board of directors of the Richcourt Group, a Hamilton Lane company specializing in hedge fund of funds management.
Mr. Brun is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NYSE ADP) and Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
(NYSE BR). He also serves on the Board of Directors, Audit Committee Chair, of Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE MRK), and NXT Capital. In addition, he
was Chairman of the U.S. Small Business Administrations S.B.I.C. Advisory Council, and a member of the Committee for the Reinvention of the S.B.A.
With over 30 years of investment banking, commercial banking and financial advisory experience, Mr. Brun began his career with Chemical Bank
in Seoul, South Korea, where he was Assistant Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, followed by Managing Director and cofounder of the investment
banking group of Fidelity Bank in Philadelphia, Vice President in the Corporate Finance Division of E.F. Hutton & Co. in New York, and Vice President
of Lloyds International Corporation.
Mr. Brun holds a B.S. from the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he has been recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus, and is a former
Trustee of the University at Buffalo Foundation, Inc. Mr. Brun is also a former Trustee of The Episcopal Academy in Merion, PA. He is a Member of
the Council on Foreign Relations.

Ahmad Ali Managing Director, AuldBrass Partners /


Former Managing Director & Head of Private Equity, Cornell Universitys Office of Investments
Ahmad Ali is a Managing Director of AuldBrass Partners. Before joining AuldBrass Partners, he was the Director and Head of Private Equity at Cornell
Universitys Office of Investments from 2003-2012.
At Cornell's Office of Investments, Mr. Ali held responsibility across private equity, real estate, technology hedged equity, and select investments in
natural resources. He was responsible for the structuring as well as the construction of alternative asset portfolios. Mr. Ali allocated $1.9 billion in
commitments to 100 general partnerships across buyouts, growth equity, venture capital, real estate, and energy strategies globally. During his tenure
at Cornell, the private equity portfolio was the single largest asset class within the endowment at approximately $ 1.1 billion of NAV.
Mr. Ali began his career in the private equity ecosystem at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the Leverage Finance & High Group, and subsequently
at TMG Capital and Charles Fields & Associates.
Mr. Ali is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member at the Johnson School of Management (Cornell) where he teaches an MBA elective: Intensive Private
Equity Practicum." He has spoken at several Conferences, including SuperReturns Asia, Middle East & Europe; and the Dow Jones PE Analyst.
Mr. Ali has an MBA from Northwestern University (Kellogg), and a BA from Boston University.

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Frank A. Baker Managing Director, SIRIS Capital Group, LLC, SEO Alumnus 92
Frank Baker is a Managing Director and a Founding Partner of SIRIS Capital Group LLC (Siris), the predecessor fund of which was formed in 2006.
SIRIS is a middle market private equity firm focused on deep value, control equity investments around special situations in the telecom, technology
and technology-enabled business service sectors.
Prior to forming SIRIS, Mr. Baker was a Managing Director at Ripplewood Holdings LLC (Ripplewood), a global private equity firm. Mr. Baker started
his career in investment banking at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group.
Mr. Baker has an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Samuel J. Boyd, Jr. Chief Investment Officer & Director of Program Development, U.S. Small Business Administration
Samuel J. Boyd, Jr. joined the U.S. Small Business Administration, Investment Division on June 4, 2012 as the Chief Investment Officer and Director
of Program Development. In this role, Mr. Boyd is in charge of managing the initial assessment of SBIC applicants and preparing the applications
for presentation to the SBIC Investment Committee. This critical phase of the SBIC applicant review process entails analyzing all Management
Assessment Questionnaires (MAQ) to determine SBIC program fit regarding team, strategy, capital structure and track record. He is also responsible
for creating and executing SBICs outreach strategy, particularly as it pertains to engaging institutional investors and underrepresented investment
funds. Mr. Boyd is a voting member of both the SBIC Investment and Licensing Committees.
Immediately prior to joining the SBIC program, Mr. Boyd served as the President & CEO of the National Association of Investment Companies
(NAIC), the private equity trade association for firms that represent or invest in the underserved market. Mr. Boyd has an MBA from the Darden
Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia and a BS in Civil Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University.

Yokasta Segura-Baez Principal, Pantheon Ventures (US) LP


Yokasta Segura-Baez focuses on client services and business development activities in North America. In addition, Ms. Segura-Baez is the US
representative on Pantheons Responsible Investing steering committee which, among other things, establishes standards used by the firm in screening
GPs and portfolio companies for environmental and sustainability practices. Ms. Segura-Baez also spearheads the diversity efforts within Pantheon.
Previously, she was an Investor Relations Manager with AXA Private Equity, responsible for marketing all of AXAs private equity strategies in North
America and for providing investor relations support for existing clients in the region. Prior to AXA, she practiced real estate law in the Dominican
Republic.
Ms. Segura-Baez has an undergraduate degree in Diplomacy from the University Catolica de Santo Domingo and an International Law degree with
honors from the University of Santo Domingo. She received a Finance Certification from New York University and is fluent in Spanish and French.
Ms. Segura-Baez is based in New York.

Sophia Tsai Managing Director, Alternative Investments, GE Asset Management


Sophia Tsai is a Managing Director at GE Asset Management covering private equity investments in North America and hedge fund investments in
Asia. She originates and executes direct investments in private companies as well as oversees a portfolio of investments in private equity funds and
hedge funds. She is on the board of a number of portfolio companies and funds.
From 1999, until joining GE Asset Management in 2005, Ms. Tsai was a Director at GE Equity making private equity investments in the Asia Pacific
Region. Before joining GE Equity, she was responsible for mergers & acquisitions and financial analyses with GE Capital Asia Pacific and GE
Capital Finance for four years. Prior to that, she worked on client management and business development for the trading division of Swire Pacific Ltd.
Ms.Tsai has a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Kellogg School of Management in the US and the University of Science and Technology
in Hong Kong. In addition, she is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

PANEL: Emerging Managers: Scaling Up in an Uncertain Market - The Good, Bad & Unknown
Thurman V. White, Jr. Chief Executive Officer, Progress Investment Management Company LLC, USA
Progress Investment Management Company, LLC is an institutional asset management firm based in San Francisco, California. Progress is a U.S. leader
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in identifying and working with newer and smaller boutique investment managers, known in the United States as emerging managers. Progress works
as a multi-manager investment specialist. The firm manages $7 billion in assets for a blue chip list of U. S. institutional investors including public plans
like CalPERS, CalSTRS, the New York City Pension plans and other corporate plans and foundations. Progress serves as a manager of managers offering
strategies in various asset classes including global and international equities, U.S. equities, fixed income, private equity and hedge fund strategies.
As Chief Executive, Mr. White is responsible for the vision and values of Progress, as well as providing overall day-to-day leadership. He chairs
the Progress board of directors and Management Committee, and he serves as a member of the Investment Committee. He has held a variety of
senior leadership positions with the firm during his 20+ year tenure at the firm.
Mr. White has had previous line management and operating company responsibility as well as public policy experience at the state legislative and
federal agency levels. He holds an undergraduate degree in public and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University,
a masters degree in communications from Stanford University and a law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley.
He has been a member of the California Bar since 1981.

Stuart Bernstein Senior Investment Manager, Teacher Retirement System of Texas


Stuart Bernstein currently serves as Senior Investment Manager at the Investment Division of Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS). TRS is
one of the largest pension funds in the world at $110 Billion dollars, serving the investment and benefit needs of over 1.3 million teachers in the
State of Texas. TRS maintains investments and exposure in a wide range of markets and asset classes including domestic and international public
markets, private equity, alternative investments, real estate, infrastructure, and venture capital. Mr. Bernstein heads the $1.7 Billion TRS Emerging
Mangers Program which makes investments in early stage or small/middle market opportunities.

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Ronald E. Blaylock Founder & Managing Partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners


As a Founder and Managing Partner of GenNx360 Capital Partners, Ronald E. Blaylock oversees the origination of deals, negotiating and structuring
transactions and the overall portfolio construction of the fund. He also serves on some of the boards of the funds portfolio companies.
Prior to launching GenNx360, Ronald E. Blaylock was Chief Executive Officer of Blaylock & Company, a highly regarded investment banking
company he founded in 1993. Under Mr. Blaylocks leadership, Blaylock & Company participated in transactions for a diverse, blue-chip roster of
Fortune 500 clients, including AT&T, Boeing, CIT, GE, Google, Time Warner, UPS and Verizon. Blaylock & Company subsequently merged in 2007
and is now known as Blaylock Robert Van, LLC. Prior to founding Blaylock & Company, Mr. Blaylock held executive management positions with
UBS and Citigroup.
Mr. Blaylock is actively involved in community and educational organizations including Prep for Prep, where he serves on the board. In addition,
Mr. Blaylock serves on the board of New York University and Carnegie Hall, and was named Man of the Year by the Covenant House for his work
with abandoned youth. Mr. Blaylocks charity works also include Youth, Inc. and The Inner-City Scholarship Fund. Mr. Blaylock previously served
on the board of Georgetown University and is currently serving on the boards of W.R. Berkley, Inc., Radio One, Inc., and CarMax, Inc. In 2005,
Mr. Blaylock was recognized as one of the Most Powerful Blacks on Wall Street by Black Enterprise magazine and was voted Capital Raiser of
the Year by Corporate Finance magazine in 1999.
Mr. Blaylock earned his M.B.A. in Finance from New York Universitys Stern School of Business and his B.S. in Finance from Georgetown University.
As an undergraduate, Mr. Blaylock played as a member of Georgetowns first ever NCAA Final Four basketball team. In 2006, Georgetown awarded
him with the Samuel A. Halsey, Jr. Award, which honors distinguished Georgetown alumni.

Barry M. Miller Head of Private Equity, New York City Retirement Systems
Barry Miller is the Head of Private Equity at the New York City Office of the Comptroller. In that capacity, he manages the Private Equity program
on behalf of the New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS), a $15.0 billion private equity portfolio with commitment across 150+ funds. Investments
include buyout, mezzanine, distressed, secondary and special situation funds. Mr. Miller serves on the LP Advisory Boards of 40+ private equity
funds. NYCRS overall assets are in excess of $130.0 billion.
Prior to Mr. Millers tenure at NYCRS, he co-founded Nottingham Capital Management (Nottingham), a private equity firm focusing on the acquisitions
of private equity limited partnership interest in the secondary market. At Nottingham, Mr. Miller focused on sourcing and execution of secondary
transactions. Prior to co-founding Nottingham, Mr. Miller spent three years at Pomona Capital (Pomona) where he was a Partner focusing on
secondary deal sourcing and investment analysis. Pomona manages approximately $6.0 billion across various secondary, primary and co-investment
vehicles. Additionally, Pomona manages private equity investments on behalf of the ING insurance companies in North America as well as third
party investors. Mr. Miller was a member of the Pomona Capital Investment Committee, which reviewed and committed capital to secondary, primary
and co-investment opportunities.
Before joining Pomona, he spent seven years at AXA Private Equity, where he was a Senior Investment Manager and head of the New York office. In
that role, he was responsible for sourcing and executing secondary transactions as well as evaluating and analyzing private equity funds on both a
primary and secondary basis. AXA Private Equity manages capital for the AXA insurance companies as well as third party investors. Mr. Miller served
on the Global Investment Committee of AXA Private Equity. Mr. Miller previously spent two years as a Senior Associate in Alternative Investments
at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette focusing on the primary fund-of-funds business. Mr. Miller has fourteen years of private equity experience.
Mr. Miller received a B.A. from Tulane University majoring in economics.

Marcos A. Rodriguez Managing Member, Palladium Equity Partners


Marcos Rodriguez founded Palladium Equity Partners in 1997 and serves as Managing Member. Prior to forming Palladium, Mr. Rodriguez was a
partner of Joseph Littlejohn & Levy (JLL), a prominent buyout firm which he joined in 1989. Before launching his private equity career, he worked
in operations for General Electric Company in the U.S., Mexico and France and graduated from GEs Manufacturing Management Program.
Mr. Rodriguez serves on the Board of Directors of Palladium portfolio companies Taco Bueno and ABRA Auto Body & Glass. He is a board member
of The Robert Toigo Foundation, a board member of the New America Alliance, and a member of the Board of Trustees of New York-Presbyterian, the
University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell. Mr. Rodriguez earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University, an M.B.A. from the
Wharton School and an M.A. in International Studies from the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania.
Palladium Equity Partners, LLC currently manages capital of approximately $1 billion through several funds, including Palladium Equity Partners
III, L.P., a buyout fund with $775 million in committed capital that targets companies that can benefit from the growing U.S. Hispanic demographic.
The principals of Palladium, collectively, have over two decades of experience and have been actively involved in the investment of approximately
$1.4 billion in 50 portfolio companies.

Willie E. Woods President & Managing Director, ICV Partners


Prior to co-founding ICV, Willie Woods was a Vice President in investment banking at Deutsche Bank Alex Brown. Mr. Woods was responsible for
deal origination and execution of merger and acquisition, leverage loan, high yield bond and equity transactions with a focus on financial sponsors
in the basic industries. Prior to Deutsche Bank Alex Brown, Mr. Woods worked in private equity at Levmark Capital, investment banking at Lehman
Brothers Inc. and corporate banking at NBD Bank.
Mr. Woods serves on the Board of Directors of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, Apollo Theater Foundation and The Initiative for a
Competitive Inner City.
Mr. Woods has a BA degree in accounting from Morehouse College and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

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PANEL: Accessing Career Opportunities in the Alternatives Investments Industry

John Civantos Partner, Court Square Capital Partners, SEO Alumnus 88


John Civantos is a Partner with Court Square Capital Partners (CSC), a New York based private equity firm with over $6 billion of capital under
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management. CSC was formed in 2006 by former principals of Citicorp Venture Capital (CVC). At CSC, Mr. Civantos leads the firms investing efforts
in the Business Services sector.
Mr. Civantos has or is currently serving on the boards of several companies, including SGS International, IWCO Direct, Mosaic Sales Solutions,
CompuCom, MSpark Holdings, Vestcom, Remy Inc, MSX International and Encompass Digital Media. Prior to joining CSC in 2004, he spent six
years with the private equity firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst and several years with Morgan Stanley & Co.
Mr. Civantos received his B.A. from Duke University and his M.B.A. with academic distinction from the Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania. He also holds an M.A. in International Affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Ann M. Kraftson Managing Director, The Oxbridge Group


Ann Kraftson, Managing Director, joined The Oxbridge Group in 1993. During her tenure, she has helped to build The Oxbridge Group into one of the
leading Executive Placement Firms in the Investment community. Her deep relationships within Leveraged Buyout, Venture Capital, research-driven
Hedge Fund, and Investment Banking firms have allowed her to repeatedly find outstanding candidates for her clients. She has placed hundreds of
candidates in investment firms throughout the U.S., Asia and Eastern Europe. Ms. Kraftsons searches encompass all levels of a firms organizational
structure from Managing Director / Partner to Associate.
Prior to The Oxbridge Group, Ms. Kraftson worked in sales and marketing for Xerox Corporation and JB Rudolph, Inc. (a leading jewelry wholesaler).
She received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from The College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, VA, where she also played Varsity Lacrosse.
Ms. Kraftson is an active volunteer at The Nightingale-Bamford School and Saint Davids School. She is also a dedicated alumna of The Episcopal
Academy in Newtown Square, PA having previously served on the Board of Trustees, Board of Managers and been involved with many different
fundraising aspects for the school. Ann enjoys spending time with her husband and two children as well as running and sailing.

Carolina Dorson Ponzer Recruiter, CPI


Carolina Dorson Ponzer focuses on Associate to Senior Partner level searches and business development at CPI, a global investment professional
recruiting firm specializing in placing individuals and teams on behalf of private and public investment firms. Prior to CPI, she worked at the Este
Lauder Companies as a marketing manager for the Clinique brand. Ms. Dorson Ponzer also participated in the company's MBA on-campus recruiting
efforts and summer internship programs. Ms. Dorson Ponzer began her career at Paul Wilmot Communications, a public relations firm in New York.
Ms. Dorson Ponzer graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University with a BA in Spanish and minors in Art History and
Marketing. She also received an MBA from the Wharton School, and an MA in Latin American Studies from the Lauder Institute, both at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ms. Dorson Ponzer is an active alumnus of the Spence School and Deerfield Academy.

Haranjeet Narulla Principal, Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC, SEO Alumnus 01
Haran Narulla is a Principal at Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC, a private equity firm, and Blue Wolf Capital Fund II, L.P., a private equity fund,
which specialize in control investments in middle-market companies in which managing relationships with government or labor, or resolving
financial or operational distress, are critical to building value. Mr. Narulla serves on the board of directors of Channel Technologies Group LLC,
a Blue Wolf portfolio company.
Prior to joining Blue Wolf, Mr. Narulla was a Senior Associate with Sun Capital Partners, Inc., a private investment firm with approximately $10 billion
of equity under management. Sun focuses on leveraged buyouts of companies that can benefit from its in-house operating professionals and
experience. Prior to joining Sun in 2004, Mr. Narulla was an investment banker with Salomon Smith Barney, where he was an Analyst in the Global
Industrials Group.
He received a B.S. with Honors from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, where he graduated from the Business Honors program. Mr. Narulla
also is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma. He is also a member of the Principles for Responsible Investment private equity steering committee.

Lisa Westley Head of Talent Management, TPG Capital, SEO Alumna 86


Lisa Westley is responsible for global talent management across TPGs various funds. From 2005 to 2007, Ms. Westley served as Chief Operating
Officer of TPGs private equity business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Prior to joining TPG, Ms. Westley was a Founding Partner, Co-Head of the Consumer Group and Head of the IT Services / Business Services
Group at Thomas Weisel Partners and a Senior Managing Director at Montgomery Securities. Before joining Montgomery Securities in 1994,
Ms. Westley began her investment banking career at Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Salomon Brothers, Inc.
Ms. Westley received a B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, from Amherst College and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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SPECIAL GUEST
The Honorable Scott M. Stringer Manhattan Borough President
During his nearly three decades of public service, Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer has achieved tangible results for New Yorkers
by forging diverse coalitions and addressing the City's most enduring challenges.
As a pension fund trustee for the New York City Employees Retirement System (NYCERS), the Borough President has made strengthening the
city's commitment to Emerging Managers and MWBE programs a top priority, spearheading the passage of two resolutions that for the first-time
sought to codify the best practices for these managers in the NYCERS portfolio.
Mr. Stringer also led a resolution requiring NYCERS to create a comprehensive strategic policy and plan for Emerging Managers as part of its
Investment Policy Statement, and created even more accountability and transparency in the pension system.
Mr. Stringer was born and raised in Washington Heights and graduated from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He resides on Manhattan's Upper
West Side with his wife and son.

PANEL: CIO Roundtable Spotlight: The State of the Industry


Kim Y. Lew Vice President and Co-Chief Investment Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Kim Lew is Vice President and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Carnegie Corporation of New York, a private foundation established in 1911 by An-
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drew Carnegie that supports, ...the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding. The $2.7 billion portfolio is global in scope and
diversified by asset class and strategy.
While at Carnegie, she also served as Director of Investments with responsibility for private equity. Prior to joining Carnegie, she spent thirteen
years at the Ford Foundation where she first managed a portfolio of public technology stocks and then managed the private equity portfolio. Before
Ford, she invested in mezzanine finance while at Prudential Capital and worked in corporate banking at Chemical Bank.
Lew earned a B.S. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard Graduate School of Business. Additionally,
she was awarded her Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1996. She has served as both a grader and standard setter for the CFA exam.
Lew serves on the Board of Trustees of the Stevens Cooperative School, the Executive Board of Private Equity Women Investor Network and the
Investment Committee of the ACLU and Girl Scouts of America. She is married and the mother of two daughters.

Frank Ahimaz Chief Investment Officer, Museum of Modern Art


Frank Ahimaz joined The Museum of Modern Art in mid 2008 as the Chief Investment Officer after spending more than 15 years on Wall Street.
Prior to joining MoMA, Mr. Ahimaz was a director and worked at Citigroup covering the Retail and Consumer sectors. In his role there, Mr. Ahimaz
executed numerous transactions for private equity and hedge fund clients. Prior to working at Citigroup, Mr. Ahimaz was one of three founding partners
at Dover Management, an alternative investment fund. In his role at Dover Management, Mr. Ahimaz was responsible for research and investing of
the funds portfolio companies.
Mr. Ahimaz has also worked at Chemical Venture Partners, Merrill Lynch Global Private Equity, Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Morgan Stanley in both
private equity and investment banking. While on Wall Street, he executed numerous transactions including the sale of Pathmark to A&P, the sale of Wild
Oats to Whole Foods, the purchase of Saks NDSG unit for Bon-Ton Stores and the purchase of Monet Jewelry with Richard Rainwater and Ray Chambers.
Mr. Ahimaz graduated with an MBA in finance from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in aerospace engineering from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation.

Jerry Albright Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Jerry Albright is the Deputy Chief Investment Officer for the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS). In 2012 he was named in the Top 100 of the
Most Powerful Asset Owners in the world.
Mr. Albright previously served as TRS Investment Divisions Chief Operating Officer as well as the Director of Investment Operations. Prior to joining
TRS, he was the Executive Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors of a multi bank holding company in Texas. He also served as a
Director on the Board of two affiliated banks.
Mr. Albright holds a bachelors degree from Texas A&M University and is on the Advisory Board of the Reliant Trading Center in the Mays Business
School at Texas A&M University.

Collette D. Chilton Chief Investment Officer, Williams College


Collette Chilton, as Chief Investment Officer, is responsible for the investment of approximately $1.9 billion in assets held by the Williams College
endowment. Prior to joining Williams, she served as the Chief Investment Officer for Lucent Technologies from 1998 to 2006. In that role, she was
responsible for the investment and oversight of approximately $40 billion in retirement-related assets for the company. From 1996 to 1998, she served
as Chief Investment Officer of the $30 billion Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board, which invests the assets of the public
employees and teachers retirement systems in Massachusetts. She held a similar position with the Massachusetts State Teachers and Employees
Retirement Systems (MASTERS) Trust from 1993 until PRIM and MASTERS merged in 1996. Prior to 1993, she was in investment banking with
the First National Bank of Boston and Citicorp Investment Bank.
She is a member of the investment committee at Dartmouth College. She is also a member of the board of the Center for Private Equity & Entrepreneurship
at The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is a member of the board, and audit and governance committees of TIFF Advisory Services.
She is a member of the investment committee of The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. She is also a member of the board and membership
committee of the Pacific Pension Institute. In addition, she has been a Visiting Fellow in Private Equity at the Tuck School of Business since 1998.
Ms. Chilton graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Economy of Natural Resources.
She received a Masters of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Ms. Chiltons prior board and committee memberships include the Boston Stock Exchange, Capital International Emerging Markets Growth Fund,
Fiduciary College at Stanford Law School, Home for Little Wanderers, ICMA Retirement Corporation, IRRC Institute Research Award and Pension
Reserves Investment Management Board.

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Stefan Strein Vice President & Chief Investment Officer, Annie E. Casey Foundation
Stefan Strein was named Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of the Annie E. Casey Foundation in January, 2013. In this role, he reports to
the Trustees on performance, asset allocation initiatives, and implementation of investment policy; oversees investment professionals who manage
the foundations endowment; consults with experts to identify macroeconomic trends; and monitors the risk and liquidity profile of the portfolio. He
is a member of the foundations Senior Leadership Team.
Mr. Strein joined Casey in 2005 as the Manager of Alternative Investments, working to build a new platform of alternative asset managers and strategies
including hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, real estate, natural resources and distressed situations. He was promoted to Managing Director
in January 2011, overseeing the team responsible for managing all of the foundations asset classes, including traditional equities and fixed income,
hedge funds and social/mission related investments. In addition to 50 marketable and hedge fund managers, his private capital portfolio comprised
over 115 different strategies and private limited partnerships.
Mr. Strein represents the foundation on the advisory boards of several prominent fund partnerships and works with the board of directors for the
East Baltimore Community School, a charter school initiative co-founded by the foundation. Prior to joining Casey, he spent 12 years focused on
seed and early stage venture capital strategies as a member of the General Partner at both Tritech Partners and NextGen Capital. He earned an
undergraduate degree from Washington College and a graduate degree from Johns Hopkins University.

PANEL: Hedge Funds: Navigating the Current Market & Preparing for What Lies Ahead

Soohyung Kim Founder, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Standard General LP
Soohyung Kim is the founder, Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Standard General LP, an SEC registered investment advisor based in
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New York. Founded in 2007, the firm currently employs 14 professionals and manages over $550 million in assets.
He is formerly the Director of Research and Founding Partner of Cyrus Capital Partners. Prior to joining Cyrus, Mr. Kim was a Principal at its
predecessor, Och-Ziff Capital Management. He has been involved in all aspects of three management company startups, including having helped
launch the OZF Credit Opportunities Fund in 2000 and the Cyrus Opportunity Fund in 2005. Before joining Och-Ziff he was a credit analyst in the
Capital Management Group at Bankers Trust Company.
Mr. Kim has more than 15 years of experience with event-driven investing throughout the capital structure - from secured loans through busted
convertibles and leveraged equities. Distressed credit and bankruptcy are areas of particular focus as he has served in various leadership capacities
and committees in workouts. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Aliante Casino, Greektown Superholdings and New Young Broadcasting.
Mr. Kim is a member of the Board of Directors at Greenwich House and Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association. He graduated with an A.B. from
the Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

Guy-Max Delphin Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer, Delphin Investments
Guy-Max Delphin founded Delphin Investments in December 2008 after more than a dozen years of investment experience. He is responsible for
strategic vision and the day-to-day management of the company's investment portfolios (Macro/Top-Down overlay and Fundamental Stock Research)
and operation. Prior to founding DI, he was employed as an Investment Strategist helping to lead the investment efforts for the Yale-New Haven
Health System. Previously, he worked at Fortis Investments where he was a senior analyst responsible for research and investments in public stocks
of the Financial Services sector within the U.S. Equity Team.
Prior to Fortis, he worked at Jefferies & Company, Inc. where he was a senior associate of equity research in the Small-Cap Industrials group.
Before that, he was an associate analyst of equity research at Prudential Equity Group, LLC., first in the Small-Cap Quantitative Strategy Group and
then on the Global Consumer team. Earlier in his career, he was employed by Oppenheimer Funds, Inc. as a quantitative analyst in their Investment
Product Design and Risk Management Group.
Mr. Delphin earned his B.S. (with a double major in Applied Math & Statistics and Economics) from State University of New York at Stony Brook
and his M.S. in Financial Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York University. He was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Joseph P. Schlater Chief Executive Officer, Busara Advisors LLC


Joseph Schlater is a founding partner of Busara Advisors, LLC. Busara is a minority-owned firm that creates customized portfolios of emerging
hedge fund managers, whose definition includes smaller, newer, and minority & woman-owned firms. Prior to establishing Busara, Mr. Schlater
spent over twenty years in the financial services industry serving both institutional and high-net worth individuals. He spent eleven years at Morgan
Stanley in Los Angeles and San Francisco, where he played a key role as a relationship manager for one of the largest companies in Silicon Valley.
During his tenure, Mr. Schlaters notable mandates included raising $1.5 billion in assets, leading a $5.5 billion debt IPO (lead manager) and a $4
billion follow-on debt transaction.
In addition to his institutional clientele, Mr. Schlaters expertise expanded into advising high-net worth individuals and families on all aspects of
wealth management and preservation. While in Los Angeles, he was selected to additionally take on the role of Sales Manager of the Beverly Hills
office in which he was responsible for recruiting and training all new and existing employees.
Prior to Morgan Stanley, Mr. Schlater worked at Hambrecht and Quist where he advised officers and directors on the sale of restricted securities and
provided individuals and businesses with comprehensive financial planning for investment, estate planning, and tax management issues. Mr. Schlaters
leadership and achievements have been recognized by various awards which include being a three year Morgan Stanleys Presidents Club member
and a two time Chairmans Club recipient, as well as being named a Top Equity Salesman in the Global Wealth Management Division.
Outside of work, Mr. Schlater is very active in the non-profit community. He is currently serving his sixth year as a member of the national board of
directors for After School All-Stars, a non-profit organization devoted to the education and social welfare of inner city youths. He has also served as a
member of the Advisory Board for the University of San Francisco Business School for four years and is a Senior Advisor for the minority-owned
broker-dealer Blaylock Robert Van. Mr. Schlater received a BS in Finance from the University of San Francisco.

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Kurt A. Summers, Jr. Senior Vice President, Grosvenor Capital Management LP


Kurt Summers joined the firm in 2012. As a member of the Office of the Chairman, Mr. Summers is responsible for guiding the short- and long-term
objectives of the firm. Prior to joining Grosvenor, Mr. Summers served as Chief of Staff to the Cook County Board President. From 2009 to 2010,
Mr. Summers was a Managing Director at Ryan Specialty Group. From 2008 to 2009, he served as Chief of Staff on the Chicago 2016 Olympic Bid
Committee. From 2006 to 2008, he was Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Head of Business Development at the Balton Corporation, a wholesale
distribution company in Chicago. From 2005 to 2006, he was an Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Industrials Group of the Investment Banking
Division. From 2003 to 2005, he was an Aide to the Chief of Staff in the Office of the Governor for the State of Illinois, serving as a James H. Dunn Fellow.
Mr. Summers began his career as a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company. Mr. Summers received his Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration with Management Distinction High Honors in Finance and International Business, with a minor in East Asian Studies, from Washington
University in St. Louis in 2000 and his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School in 2005.

Adeel A. Qalbani Senior Managing Director, Reservoir Capital Group


Adeel Qalbani is a Senior Managing Director at Reservoir Capital Group, a $5.5 billion investment firm that invests directly in public and private
securities, as well as in partnership with investment teams through the creation of hedge funds and private investment firms. He is closely involved
with all aspects of Reservoirs investments and serves on Reservoirs Investment Committee, Risk Committee, and Valuation Committee.
Over his 12 years at Reservoir, Mr. Qalbani has led several areas of Reservoirs investment activities. He has led private investments in several industries
including the power, energy, and insurance sectors, and has served on the boards of directors of many of Reservoir's portfolio companies. He has
managed Reservoirs public portfolio, applying Reservoirs private investment approach to public market opportunities. He has been instrumental in
the formation and development of several of Reservoirs seeded funds, including Clearlake Capital, Chambers Energy Capital, Lakewood Capital,
and Standard General.
Mr. Qalbani grew up in Sioux City, Iowa. He graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University with an A.B. in Economics
and received an M.Phil in Economics from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. His academic research focused on international
financial markets. He also played varsity tennis at Princeton and at Oxford, where he was co-captain of the team. He is a term member of the Council
on Foreign Relations.

PANEL: Compelling Opportunities in the Current Real Estate Market

Jeffrey A. Barclay Managing Director, Real Estate Investment Group,


Alternative Investments & Manager Selection (AIMS), Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Jeffrey Barclay is head of the Real Estate Investment Group (REIG), which is a part of the Alternative Investments & Manager Selection (AIMS) Group
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within the Investment Management Division. REIG invests in both direct commercial real estate and fund managers on behalf of Goldman Sachs
Asset Management and Private Wealth Management clients. He has over 25 years of real estate investing experience. Mr. Barclay joined Goldman,
Sachs & Co. as a managing director in 2010.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Barclay was responsible for leading real estate investment activity for Clarion Partners, one of the largest US real estate
investment management firms and, from 1998 through 2011, a wholly owned subsidiary of the ING Group. He served on the firms Executive Board,
Operating Committee and led its Investment Committee. Prior to joining Clarion in 1993, Mr. Barclay was a partner at Hamilton Securities, a Washington,
DC-based investment bank. From 1989 to 1992, he was responsible for investment sales at Jones Lang LaSalle. Mr. Barclay began his real estate
investment career in 1983 at the Lawrence Ruben Company, a private development and investment company. He also worked in the real estate
department of Chemical Bank and in the equity research group at CS First Boston.
Mr. Barclay is chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers (NAREIM), chairman of the IOPC
Gold Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), member of the board of the Pension Real Estate Association (PREA), and a founding member of the
Defined Contribution Real Estate Council. He has also served as an adjunct professor in the MBA program at Columbia Business School since 2004.
Mr. Barclay earned a BS in Economics and an MBA in Finance and Accounting from Columbia University.

Russel S. Bernard Managing Principal, Westport Capital Partners LLC


Russ Bernard is the Managing Principal at Westport Capital Partners, LLC, an investment management company focused exclusively on opportunistic
and distressed real estate investments. The company was founded in 2005, and invests in real estate through direct and indirect property ownership
and through public and private real estate securities and financial instruments. It focuses specifically on distressed assets, value-added transactions,
and domestic and international development opportunities. Westport Capital Partners was Endowment and Money Management Magazines 2010
Real Asset Manager of the Year.
Prior to founding Westport Capital Partners, Mr. Bernard was a Principal at Oaktree and the Portfolio Manager for Oaktrees real estate funds. He was
responsible for the management of a series of closed-end real estate funds with over $2 billion in total committed capital. Prior to joining Oaktree
in 1995, Mr. Bernard was a Managing Director at TCW and Portfolio Manager of the TCW Special Credits Distressed Mortgage Fund. Prior to that,
he was a partner at Win Properties, Inc., a national real estate investment company for eight years. Before joining Win Properties, Mr. Bernard was
with Time Equities, Inc., a New York real estate company for three years. He began his career as a Staff Accountant at Price Waterhouse in New York.
Mr. Bernard has been on several corporate and university and charity boards. He holds a B.S. in Business Management and Marketing from Cornell
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Henry G. Cisneros Founder & Chairman, CityView


Henry Cisneros is Chairman of the CityView companies, which work with urban homebuilders to create homes priced within the range of average
families. Mr. Cisneros community-building career began at the local level. After serving three terms as a City Councilmember, in 1981, Mr. Cisneros
became the first Hispanic-American mayor of a major U.S. city, San Antonio, Texas. In 1984, Mr. Cisneros was interviewed by the Democratic
Presidential nominee as a possible candidate for Vice President of the United States and in 1986 was selected as the Outstanding Mayor in the
nation by City and State Magazine. After completing four terms as Mayor, Mr. Cisneros formed Cisneros Asset Management Company, a fixed income
management firm operating nationally and ranked at the time as the second fastest growing money manager in the nation.
In 1992, President Clinton appointed Mr. Cisneros to be Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. As a member of
President Clintons Cabinet, Secretary Cisneros was credited with initiating the revitalization of many of the nations public housing developments
and with formulating policies which contributed to achieving the nations highest ever homeownership rate. After leaving HUD in 1997, Mr. Cisneros
was president and chief operating officer of Univision Communications, the Spanish-language broadcaster which has become the fifth-most-watched
television network in the nation. Mr. Cisneros currently serves on Univisions Board of Directors.
Mr. Cisneros has served as President of the National League of Cities, as Deputy Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and is currently an
officer of Habitat for Humanity International. Mr. Cisneros remains active in San Antonios leadership where he is Chairman of the San Antonio
Economic Development Foundation. He is currently a member of the advisory boards of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Broad
Foundation. Mr. Cisneros has been inducted into the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) Builders Hall of Fame and honored by the
National Housing Conference as the Housing Person of the Year.
Mr. Cisneros holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A&M University. He earned a Masters degree
in Public Administration from Harvard University, studied urban economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, holds a Doctorate in
Public Administration from George Washington University, and has been awarded more than 20 honorary doctorates from leading universities.

Rommel A. Marseille Senior Vice President, Colony Capital LLC


Rommel Marseille is a Senior Vice President at Colony Capital where he interfaces with the Firm's current and prospective investors on all aspects
of capital formation across its various platforms.
Mr. Marseille started his professional career as a public official in the administration of New York City Mayor David N. Dinkins where he worked on
the City's capital program and various economic development projects. He subsequently worked as an investment banker at Artemis Capital Group
and Dain Rauscher structuring tax-exempt and taxable municipal debt for public issuers across the country. Mr. Marseille later worked as an advisor
at a boutique investment banking firm providing advisory services on leveraged lease transactions to public sector clients. Prior to joining Colony,
Mr. Marseille worked at Diamond Edge Capital Partners and founded Carrefour Capital, LLC where he raised capital for various private equity, hedge
fund and real estate clients.
Mr. Marseille graduated with distinction from the State University of New York College at New Paltz with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. He holds
an MBA with a concentration in finance from the State University of New York at Albany.

Laurie Weir Senior Portfolio Manager, CalPERS


Laurie Weir leads the Targeted Investment Programs for CalPERS Investment Office. Targeted Investment Programs was created to oversee key
initiatives that cross all asset classes. Key initiatives include California investment strategies, emerging manager investment programs and diversity
initiatives, labor relations, and environmental sustainability. Ms. Weir also manages a $2 billion NAV real estate portfolio focused on urban investment
strategies.
Ms. Weir currently co-chairs the United Nations Environmental Program Finance Initiatives Property Working Group; and represents CalPERS on
the Board of the Urban Land Institutes Greenprint Foundation. Ms. Weir originally joined CalPERS as a Portfolio Manager in May 2007 with the
Global Real Estate Investment Office.
Previously, Ms. Weir served as Deputy Treasurer in the California State Treasurers Office. She was responsible for the oversight of finance authorities
that allocate public funds, issue bonds, and provide advisory services to Californias business, development, and finance communities. Ms. Weir
also served on the Board of Directors of the California Housing Consortium. Also at the Treasurers Office, Ms. Weir served as Executive Director of
the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee overseeing the allocation of States $3 billion annual tax-exempt bond allocation.
Prior to the State Treasurers Office, Ms. Weir was the Finance Manager for the City of Los Angeles Housing Department. She also headed the Bond
Finance and Architectural Units for the Housing Department. Ms. Weir was appointed to the City of Los Angeles Planning Commission and received
awards from the City of Los Angeles Mayors Office and the California State Legislature.

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PANEL: Limited Partners Closing Panel: The Outlook Ahead for Emerging Managers
Moderator: Kelly M. Williams Managing Director and Global Head, The Customized Fund Investment Group

Cheryl D. Alston Executive Director, Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Cheryl D. Alston is the Executive Director of the Employees Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas, Texas (ERF), a $2.9 billion pension plan for the
Citys civilian employees. Ms. Alston began her term as Executive Director in October 2004 and provides leadership for the Funds staff in
implementing the programs necessary to achieve the mission, goals and objectives established by the Board of Trustees. Ms. Alston also serves
on the Board of CHRISTUS Health, a Catholic, faith based international health care system and serves as Chair of the investment committee.
In 2011, Ms. Alston was appointed by President Barack Obama to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) Advisory Committee. The
PBGC protects the retirement incomes of more than 44 million American workers in 27,500 private-sector defined benefit plans. In 2010, Ms. Alston
was selected as one of the Rising Stars of Public Funds by the editors of Institutional Investor News as one of the up-and-coming professionals poised
to be future leaders of the industry.
In addition to serving as Executive Director for the Fund, she is a member of the Council of Institutional Investors (CII), the National Council of Public
Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS), the Texas Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems (TEXPERS) and the National Association
of Securities Professionals (NASP). Ms. Alston serves as Vice-Chair and Treasurer of the Volunteer Center of North Texas and the Advisory Board
of Texas Wall Street Women.
Ms. Alston has over twenty years of expertise in the financial services industry. She served as an Executive with CIGNA Retirement & Investment Services.
Prior to CIGNA, she has served as a Corporate Banking Officer at Chase Global Services, providing investment banking services for Fortune 500
clients. Ms. Alston has an M.B.A. in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School at New York University and an undergraduate degree from the
Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Jerry Bias Senior Partner & Head of Trading, Cyrus Capital Partners / Trustee, UVIMCO
Jerry Bias is a Senior Partner and the Head of Trading at Cyrus Capital Partners. He was head trader and Partner at OZF Capital, the predecessor
company in New York. Mr. Bias has over fifteen years of high yield / distressed debt trading experience. Previously, he was a Managing Director in
the High Yield Trading department of JPMorgan Chase. In his Wall Street career, Mr. Bias has experience trading in virtually every high yield / distressed
sector in a leveraged debt and equity trading capacity.
Mr. Bias is a member of the Board of Directors for the University of Virginia Investment Management Company (UVIMCO) and he also serves as
Chairman of their Compensation Committee. He is also a member of the Board of Visitors for Virginia State University and serves on the Finance,
Audit and Facilities Committee. He is a member of the Emeritus Society for the Alumni Association of the University of Virginia, and a former member
of the Board of Trustees for the McDonogh School.
Mr. Bias is a Co-Founder of the Wall Street Friends Fund and is a Life Time Member of the Children's Aid Society Mentor Circle. He graduated
from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in International Affairs.

Alex Do Executive Director of Private Equity / Emerging Markets, New York City Office of the Compttroller
Mr. Do currently serves as the Executive Director of Private Equity/Emerging Managers in the New York City Comptrollers Office Bureau of Asset
Management. Mr. Do is responsible for developing, directing and overseeing the investment activity of the Private Equity Emerging Managers
Program (EM Program) within the $130 billion NYC Retirement Systems (NYCRS). NYCRSs private equity EM Program is designed to make direct
investments in MWBE-managed funds and emerging funds.
Prior to joining the NYC Comptrollers Office, Mr. Do was as Presidential Appointee to the Barack Obama Administration during the first term
and served as Associate Director for Business Development at the U.S. Department of Commerce - Minority Business Development Agency. During
his tenure, Mr. Do helped minority-owned businesses secure nearly $11 billion in contracts and capital, leading to the creation and retention of
nearly 20,000 jobs. In his years there, the Agency enjoyed its best performance in its 41-year history.
Mr. Do began his 20-year career as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch & Co. where he was part of the companys Consumer & Retail Industry
Investment Banking practice. His experience covers a full range of financial and advisory transactions including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures,
exclusive sale transactions, general corporate finance advisory and underwriting of equity and debt capital for public and private companies and fi-
nancial sponsors. As a member of Merrill Lynchs Investment Banking Division, Mr. Do has either led or participated in the execution of financial
and strategic transactions representing more than $25 billion in transaction value. In addition, Mr. Do served as Head of Retail Industry Investment
Banking at KPMG Corporate Finance, a leading financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking and advisory services to
clients worldwide.
Mr. Do holds an A.B. in Public and International Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
While at Princeton, Mr. Do was awarded the Martin A. Dale Scholarship for academic distinction and spent a semester at the University of Stockholm
researching Swedens juvenile justice system.
Mr. Do is a native of Santurce, Puerto Rico and was raised in the New York City metro area.

Matt HoganBruen Managing Director, BAML Capital Access Funds


Matt HoganBruen is a Managing Director of BAML Capital Access Funds where he focuses on sourcing, diligencing, and structuring prospective
fund investments, interacting with current investors, and designing statistical tools that help drive CAF's analysis of the financial and social impact
returns of its prospective and existing investments. He joined Bank of America in 1994 and is located in Washington, D.C. CAF is an experienced
market-based, returns-driven private equity fund-of-funds manager and advisor focused on meeting the targeted mandates of institutional investors.
CAF has managed capital for institutional investors across multiple mandates since 2002.
Before joining the CAF team, Mr. HoganBruen managed a Mid-Atlantic-based portfolio of for-profit, nonprofit, and faith based clients. Mr. HoganBruen
previously worked as a commercial lender and consultant in Chicago for Bank of America from 1994 to 1998. Prior to working at Bank of America,
Mr. HoganBruen spent two years as a legislative aide for a United States Representative in Washington, D.C. where he facilitated the passage of a
significant piece of federal agricultural disaster relief legislation. During his tenure on Capitol Hill, Mr. HoganBruen was named a Young Leaders of
Tomorrow by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Mr. HoganBruen holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan, an MA from the University of Chicago, and an MBA from Oxford
University in England. He is also a graduate of the Venture Capital Institute. Mr. HoganBruen is an advisory board member of various private equity
portfolio funds and a founding board member of the Small Business Investor Alliance.

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An Alternative Investment with Absolute Returns
There is no investment that produces greater returns than education. This can be seen
in the dramatic results achieved by the SEO Scholars Program.
SEO Scholars is an eight-year academic program that prepares low-income public high
school students for admission to the nations most competitive colleges and supports them
through college graduation.

715 SEO Scholars Served (2012-2013 School Year)


430 NYC public high school students
46 San Francisco public high schools students
239 college students attending 106 universities
and colleges
In 2012, over 800 NYC 9th graders applied for 126 spots,
forcing SEO to turn away 700 deserving students.

The Result:
95% of SEO students earn a Bachelors degree within 6 years. In a contrast, 21% of
low-income youth who have similar SAT scores earn a Bachelors degree in 8 years.

Comparison of College Graduation Rates College Admission by Selectivity**


between Low-Income Youth* and SEO Scholars
SEO Scholars
100%

80% 95% 25% Selective


Colleges

60% Non-Selective
75% Colleges

40%

20% Comparison Group


21%
0%
Low-income SEO 24% Selective
Youth Scholars Colleges
Non-Selective
76% Colleges
* NELS (National Education Longitudinal Study)
** 2012 Policy Studies Associates Evaluation of SEO Scholars

To learn more about the SEO Scholars program and how you can help, contact Anjali Malipatil at 646-435-9565
or amalipatil@seo-usa.org, or visit www.seoscholars.org

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The Career Program recruits, trains, and mentors outstanding
college students from across the country for internships that lead
to careers in some of the nations most competitive industries.

Banking and Private Equity


Interns work in Asset Management, Finance/Accounting, Investment Banking, Investment Research,
Private Equity, Sales & Trading, Technology, and Transaction Services.
Historically, over 75% of eligible interns have received full-time job offers from an SEO partner at the
end of their summer internship.

Corporate Leadership
An internship and development program that places top
undergraduate candidates in competitive internships at
Fortune 500 companies
Historically, more than 90% of CL interns have received
full-time job offers from our partners.

Law
SEOs Law Program serves college graduates preparing for
their first year at top law schools in the country while interning
at 30 of the nations most prestigious firms in New York City,
Washington, DC, Houston, Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
Interns also participate in the SEO Law Institute (LI), a
two-week pre-law school boot camp led by distinguished law
school professors and top corporate lawyers all to prepare the
SEO interns to excel in the crucial first year of law school.

Nonprofit
Interns spend the summer working at Teach for America
or an SEO philanthropic partner. Through a summer seminar
series and networking events, interns build a professional
network of contacts, and meet with key decision makers in the
philanthropic sector.
Interns lead the annual SEO Class Gift initiative to raise charitable funds, which are distributed to the
SEO Scholars program and other youth-serving organizations in New York City.

SEO-U
A pipeline program that offers preparatory support and guidance to first- and second-year undergraduates
interested in learning about the financial services industry and Corporate America. SEO-U provides top
online training resources, instructional webinars, in-person training, and a networking day.

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The SEO Alternative Investments Program provides
education, exposure, training, and mentoring opportunities for talented
young professionals traditionally underrepresented in the industry.

Fellowship Program Partners Undergraduate Internship Recruiting Partners

SEO Alternative Investments Fellowship Program (AIFP)


Launched with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and TPG Capital, the SEO AIFP is a ten-month educational
program that combines training and mentoring to strengthen first-and-second-year analysts current skills
and preparation to compete for positions in private equity and other alternative investments industries.
93% of eligible Fellows have assumed positions or received full-time offers to join alternative investment
firms, including Apax Partners, Blackstone, Brookfield Asset Management, The Carlyle Group, General Atlantic
Partners, Great Hill Partners, Helios Investment Partners, Highstar Capital, Linden LLC, Maverick Capital,
Pantheon Ventures (US) LP, TPG Capital, and Warburg Pincus.
SEO Alternative Investments Undergraduate Program
CCMP Capital Advisors LLC and Pantheon Ventures (US) LP have joined with SEO to identify talent for their
undergraduate summer analyst programs, providing another pathway for talented individuals to gain access
to the industry.

SEO Alternative Investments Conference


An annual conference organized by SEO and the
Conference Planning Committee to provide those who
are traditionally underrepresented in the industry with
access to Fund Sponsors, Limited Partners, and other
industry leaders through a day of educational panels
and networking.

SEO Limited Partner Advisory Council


The SEO LPAC, formed to guide SEO in expanding
its work in the alternatives sector and participates in
select SEO program activities.

INVITATION: SEO invites other firms to join SEO in helping educate


and prepare diverse professionals for this dynamic industry.
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The Private Equity Growth Capital Council is proud to sponsor the SEO 2013
Annual Alternave Investments Conference. We are honored to be associated
with such a dynamic organizaon that provides students with educaonal
opportunies and a foundaon for success.

The Private Equity Growth Capital Council is an advocacy, communicaons and research
organizaon and resource center established to develop, analyze and distribute informaon
about the private equity and growth capital investment industry and its contribuons to the
naonal and global economy.

950 F Street NW, Suite 550 Washington, DC 20004 PH 202.465.7700 FX 202.639.0209 www.pegcc.org

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CPI is proud to support SEOs Fourth Annual Alternative


Investments Conference. We applaud SEOs success in providing
education and access to underrepresented professionals in the
alternative investments sector.

CPI (www.cpiny.com) is a global investment professional recruiting firm specializing in placing individuals
and teams on behalf of private and public investment firms. CPI is actively engaged in assignments ranging
from pre-MBA Analysts to Senior Partners across the U.S., Asia, Latin America and Western Europe. CPIs
team of 17 people is located across offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

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SEO Alternative Investments Program
The SEO Alternative Investments program provides education,
exposure, training, and mentoring to talented professionals traditionally
underrepresented in the alternative investments sector.
Fellowship Program

Undergraduate Program

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The SEO Alternative Investments program thanks
Conference Sponsors, Panelists, and Marketing
and Educational Partners
Presenting Sponsor Speakers

Grosvenor Capital Management LP Frank Ahimaz R. David Kelly


Jerry Albright Soohyung Kim
Premier Sponsors Ahmad Ali Ann M. Kraftson
CCMP Capital Advisors LLC Cheryl D. Alston Kim Y. Lew
Palladium Equity Partners Frank A. Baker Rommel A. Marseille
Private Equity Growth Capital Council Jeffrey Barclay Barry M. Miller
SIRIS Capital Group LLC Russel S. Bernard Haranjeet Narulla
WL Ross & Co. LLC Stuart Bernstein Mina Pacheco Nazemi
Ronald E. Blaylock Adeel A. Qalbani
Leadership Sponsors Jerry Bias Marcos A. Rodriguez
Samuel J. Boyd, Jr. Joseph P. Schlater
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Les Brun Yokasta Segura-Baez
The Carlyle Group
Collette D. Chilton Stefan Strein
Colony Capital LLC Scott M. Stringer
Henry G. Cisneros
Eton Park John Civantos Kurt A. Summers, Jr.
ICV Partners Guy-Max Delphin Sophia Tsai
Landmark Partners Thomas P. DiNapoli Tom Tull
Standard General LP Alex Do Laurie Weir
Supporting Sponsors Carolina Dorson Ponzer Lisa Westley
Christine A. Gogan Thurman V. White, Jr.
AREA Property Partners Matt HoganBruen Kelly M. Williams
AuldBrass Partners Willie E. Woods
Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC
Educational and Marketing Partners
Busara Advisors LLC
Columbus Hill Capital Management
Corbin Capital Partners
Delphin Investments
Westport Capital Partners LLC
Journal Sponsors
CPI
The Oxbridge Group

If you wish to participate


in or sponsor the SEO 2014
Alternative Investments Conference,
please contact Martina Edwards,
Director of Alumni & Alternative
Investments Programs, at
medwards@seo-usa.org.
www.SEOTurns50.org