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Beverly Lannquist Hamilton

Present Fiduciary Boards of Directors or Trustees

2005 - Middlebury College
2002 - Oppenheimer Mutual Funds
2000 - Monterey Institute of International Studies (Chair 2002-2005)
1991 - American Funds/Capital Group's Emerging Markets Growth Fund
Chair Directors' Comm. 1994-2002, 2006-; Board Vice Chair 2006 

Other Present Non-Profit Advisory Activities

2003 - University of Michigan's University President's Advisory Committee
2002 - California Endowment’s Investment &  Finance Committee
2000 - University of Michigan's Endowment Advisory Committee
1989 - University of Michigan's Dean's Advisory Committee (for liberal arts)

Previous Employment

1991 - 2000: ARCO Investment Management, President (Retired) of SEC-registered investment firm with actively-managed assets in U.S. and foreign equities, fixed income, and strategic global asset allocation with 17 analysts and portfolio managers;  first-quartile performance;  also Vice President of Atlantic Richfield Corp.

1987 - 1991: City of New York, Deputy Comptroller for Asset Mgmt. responsible for pension assets ($120 billion in today's dollars), the city's cash management, some housing finance, and a staff of 50.

1980 - 1987: United Technologies Corp., Vice President (first woman), Investor Relations
and Pension Investments.

1975 - 1980: Morgan Stanley & Co., Vice President (first woman), each year #1 or #2 consumer products analyst in "Institutional Investor" survey.

1972 - 1975: Auerbach, Pollak & Richardson, Vice President and securities analyst
1970 - 1972: Manufacturers Hanover Bank, Assistant Trust Officer
1968 - 1969: ITT Corp., investment research assistant

Previous Fiduciary Boards of Directors or Trustees

2002 – 2008: The California Endowment (healthcare for underserved)
2002 – 2007: Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula (Chair 2006 and 2007)
1992 - 2006: Capital's Emerging Markets Private Equity Funds (Chair 1992-2006)
1987 - 2004: MassMutual's Series and Institutional Funds
1998 - 2001: The Commonfund (investment fund for nonprofits)
1997 - 2000: United Asset Management Corp.
1982 - 2000: Connecticut Natural Gas Corp.
1991 - 1999: Stanford (University endowment) Management Company
1991 - 1995: Morgan Stanley’s Brazil Investment Fund  
1986 - 1995: Northeast Savings Bank Corp.

Previous Non-Profit Advisory Activities

2001 - 2006: Rockefeller Foundation's Finance & Investment Committee
2000 - 2003: Unilever (Holland)'s Pension  Investment Committee
2000 - 2003: Hartford Hospital's Investment  Committee
1999 - 2001: World Bank Pension Fund Advisory
1994 - 2005: CSFB Sprout Venture Capital Advisory Committee
1988 - 1997: TWA Pilots' Directed Account Investment Plan
1988 - 1991: National Conference of Christians and Jews’ National Board
1984 - 1985: Mark Twain Foundation
1983 - 1987: Institute for Living (psychiatric hospital), Hartford
1981 - 1987: Hartford College for Women
1979 - 1980: Harlem Center for Cultural Affairs, New York City

Prior Professional Affiliations

1984-87, 1992-99: CEIBA (corporate pension fund association)
1989 - 1994: New York Stock Exchange’s Pension Managers Advisory Committee
1987 - 1991: Council of Institutional Investors (public pension fund association)
1985 - 1999: International Pension Conference (50 of the world's largest funds)
1985 - 1987: Hartford CT Chamber of Commerce

Education

1969 - 1970: Finance courses at NYU Graduate School of Business
1964 - 1968: University of Michigan - B.A. cum laude in political science