Gloria D. Reeg
Gloria retired in 2016 as Chief Investment Officer at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) overseeing their $7 billion investment program including endowment, retirement and current assets, and managing the Office of Investments team responsible for all of NYP's investment assets. She was also the Chairperson of the Hospital's Defined Contribution Investment Committee and a member of the Investment Advisory Subcommittee for MCIC, a joint venture malpractice insurance company. Prior to joining NYP, Gloria served as Treasurer and Chairman of the Investment Committee for the $2 billion Casey Family Programs foundation.
Previously, she was Global Head of Fixed Income for Principal Global Investors with $80 billion in fixed income and currency assets, and Managing Director and Global Head of Consulting for the Russell Investment Group responsible for institutional clients globally with fund assets totaling over $1 trillion.
She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on asset allocation, risk management and asset class portfolio structure. Gloria obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin and her MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.