CIFF welcomes Ana Marshall as a new Trustee
This week, CIFF welcomes Ana Marshall, CFA, as a new Trustee. Ana brings 34 years of investment experience to her role, and previously served as CIFF’s board observer. She is the Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and is responsible for asset allocation and strategic investment policy recommendation and implementation of the $11 billion endowment portfolio. Ana leads the investment team portfolio construction, manager selection, risk management, and liquidity modeling efforts, and led the selection and oversight of external managers in global equities, distress/credit, fixed income, derivative strategies, and absolute return since joining the William and Flora Hewlett foundation in 2004.
From 1993 to 2003, she served as a Senior Portfolio Manager of global and emerging market equity portfolios at RCM Capital Management. Prior to RCM, Ana worked as an analyst/portfolio manager of emerging market debt and equity portfolios at Bank of America. Ana began her career in 1986 as a research analyst of high yielding assets, including corporate debt, distressed debt, and emerging market sovereign bonds.
Ana graduated Magna Cum Laude from University of San Diego in Economics and earned her Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1989. She was born and raised in Mexico and is fluent in Spanish and French. She also serves as an advisor to PIMCO, and serves on the Investment Committee of the Skoll Foundation and the U.S. Soccer Federation. Ana is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ana brings to CIFF a wealth of experience across a range of sectors, and we are delighted she has joined our Board of Trustees.