The Bottom Line of Disabilities: Session IIVIDEO July 29, 2014
Speaker / Author
Michael McNiven, Ph.D.
Dr. Michael D. McNiven serves as a managing director and a portfolio manager for Cumberland's international and global equity portfolio styles. He is also an investment advisor representative for the firm explaining all of Cumberland's investment options to individual and institutional clients. He joined Cumberland Advisors in April of 2009. Dr. McNiven was formerly a university professor at Rowan University prior to joining Cumberland Advisors. He has taught courses and assisted at Rowan University, University of Georgia, Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University. He began his career at the Financial Times in New York working in market research, business development and advertising sales. ... Read More
Troy D’Ambrosio is currently the executive director of the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah. The Institute has guided over numerous student and faculty startup companies from idea to launch – involving students along every stage of the process. He is co-founder, officer and director of multiple start-up companies, which attracted over $500 million in capital. He has served as the vice president of Investor Relations and Corporate Communication for American Stores Company, an NYSE listed company, and the director of Mutual Fund Operations for Wasatch Advisors. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1982 and was ... Read More
Stephen Sexauer is SDCERA’s Chief Investment Officer and oversees SDCERA’s $14 billion Trust Fund, investment team, and investment consultants. In addition to the day-to-day operation of SDCERA’s Investment Division, he also assists SDCERA’s Board with determining the Fund’s investment policies, strategy and asset allocation. Prior to joining SDCERA in 2015, Sexauer worked at Allianz Global Investors as Chief Investment Officer, US Multi Asset, of Allianz Global Investors Solutions, managing over $7 billion in multi-asset institutional portfolios and retirement income solutions. He is also the co-author of papers on retirement portfolios published in The Financial Analysts Journal, The Institutional Investor Journal of Retirement, ... Read More
Brent Johnson is vice president of supply chain and imaging services and chief purchasing officer for Intermountain Healthcare. He is responsible for $1.5 billion non-labor purchasing for the company, which supports 24 hospitals and 130 clinics. In his responsibilities he directs over 600 employees that support the corporate functions of warehousing, strategic sourcing, purchasing, material systems, couriers, travel services and central laundry. Brent has a passion for supply chain management and has over 25 years of senior management and consulting experience applying best practices. He has developed the supply chain strategies for three major companies that produced significant results. Brent ... Read More
Laurie Harmon began her career with Harmons is 1974, working in the bakery department. In 1996 she accepted the position of vice president for the people. Her first task was to envision what the “people department” could be and then create and develop it. The department has grown into an essential department at Harmons and now includes training and education, associate support and recognition, recruiting and staffing, payroll, benefits, and growth and development. Harmons currently employs over 2,800 associates throughout Utah. Laurie has had the opportunity to attend, facilitate and conduct many leadership conferences, classes and programs. During her career ... Read More