Sagehen Capital Management in front of Carnegie Hall, Pomona College. April 2018
Sam Glazer – Sam is a senior at Pomona College studying economics and math.
Joseph Scheuer – Joseph is a senior at Claremont McKenna College studying economics and finance. He has worked in various sectors of finance, including private equity, investment management, investment banking, and alternative investments research. Last summer, he interned at Miller Buckfire, a leading investment bank focused on advising clients on highly complex transactions ranging from financial restructuring to distressed mergers and acquisitions. He is a Robert Day Scholar and two-time Bill and Melinda Gates Investments Fellow.
Chris Barnes – Chris is a senior at Pomona College majoring in mathematics and economics. He previously interned for Khazanah Americas, a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund, and Skyview Capital, a private equity firm.
Peter Xenopoulos – Peter is currently a senior at Pomona College double majoring in economics and math. He is most interested in venture capital, entrepreneurship and the healthcare & technology fields. His hobbies include baseball, surfing, and exploring LA.
Zane Latif – Zane is a rising economics major at Pomona College who has been interested in investing from a young age. He is currently a Managing Director of the Healthcare & Technology Group.
Kanishk Kapur – Originally from New Delhi, India, Kanishk is a senior at CMC majoring in Economics-Accounting with a Financial Economics sequence. This past summer he worked at the Financial Economics Institute at CMC. In his spare time, he enjoys playing poker, cricket, and traveling.
Aman Raghuvanshi – Aman is a senior at Claremont McKenna College majoring in Computer Science with a sequence in Financial Economics. He is interested in global energy and infrastructure stocks, emerging markets, and quantitative finance. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf, riding horses, traveling, and re-watching Wall Street.
Senan Hogan-Hennessy – Senan is a senior at Pomona College majoring in Economics. He is interested in macroeconomic trends, changes in government regulation and economic policy making. In his free time he enjoys cycling and racing as part of the Claremont Colleges cycling team.
Bryan Lynch – Bryan is a senior majoring in Mathematical Economics and is a member of the Pomona-Pitzer baseball team. In the summer of 2016 he will be working in Oppenheimer & Company's Private Client Division. In addition to pursuing his interest in the capital markets and private equity, he enjoys playing soccer and surfing in his spare time.