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Arin Goldman

Arin Goldman most recently served as a managing director in Salomon Smith Barney’s fixed income capital markets group. She joined Salomon Brothers in 1982 and spent her first five years with the firm arranging infrastructure financings for a variety of U.S. municipal issuers. In 1987, she joined the government finance group, where she was responsible for a variety of U.S. and sovereign government–related and –structured finance assignments, including those involving the securitization of performing and nonperforming single family mortgages, commercial mortgages, education facilities loans and other unique government assets. She was also responsible for several equity financings for health care issuers from Israel. Ms. Goldman joined the international capital markets group in 1998 and, until her departure from the firm at the end of 2002, had primary coverage responsibility for clients in Israel as well as a number of other international clients. In addition, she was responsible for heading the fixed income capital markets debt execution services group and for all e-commerce and technology activities in credit markets.

Ms. Goldman helped develop the market for medium-grade sovereign issues by participating in business development and serving as lead banker for inaugural Yankee or Global bond issues for the governments of Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Turkey, Greece and Israel. Her experience includes serving as lead banker for benchmark issues for Telekomunicaja Polska and Israel Electric Corp., among others. She was also responsible for Salomon Smith Barney’s syndicate and debt capital markets Internet initiatives, and she served as project manager for the design and implementation of the firm’s Internet platform for the processing and syndication of new fixed-income issues. She also served on the board of i-Deal, an Internet new-issue joint venture with Merrill Lynch, Microsoft and Thomson Financial.
Ms Goldman graduated from the University of Rochester with a dual major in political science and biology. She received an MBA from Columbia Business School and a master’s degree in health service administration from the University of Michigan.

James Barton Goodwin ’74

J. Barton Goodwin joined BCI Advisors in 1986 as a managing director, where he is active in the investment and management of the firm's investment partnerships. BCI is committed to providing expansion capital to smaller growing companies. Currently, there are four partnerships under management, with a total of $460 million of committed capital. From inception, BCI focused on several highly fragmented, consolidating industries. BCI has provided growth and acquisition to companies in the broadcasting, health care, financial services and general business services industries. Prior to his work with BCI, Mr. Goodwin spent 12 years at Kidder Peabody, where he was first generalist investment banker and then a private placement specialist.

In addition to his MBA from Columbia Business School, Mr. Goodwin holds a BA from Washington and Lee University.

Peter Greenough ’75

Peter Greenough is managing director of Greenough & Company Inc., which he started in October 1988. He is also owner and general securities principal of Charlotte & Bates Inc., an NASD-registered, private financing and advisory broker dealer. Mr. Greenough has traveled widely and both lived and worked in Korea, Brazil, the Persian Gulf and Colombia, where he spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Andes. After completing his MBA at Columbia Business School in 1975, he joined the international banking group of Citibank and was assigned to Rio de Janeiro as a banking officer for both Brazilian and multinational companies. In 1984, Mr. Greenough joined Arnhold & S. Bleichroeder in New York, dealing with institutional money managers, securities analysts and company management. In 1986 he was recruited to Vickers da Costa Securities as senior vice president. Mr. Greenough speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish.

In addition to his MBA from Columbia Business School, Mr. Greenough holds a BA in history from the University of California, Berkeley.

Michelle Greenwald

Michelle Greenwald has held marketing and advertising positions at Disney, General Foods, Nestlé, Pepsi-Cola and J. Walter Thompson. She was an adjunct professor and guest speaker at the Peter Drucker Graduate School of Management at Claremont Graduate University; Pepperdine University’s Graziadio Graduate School of Business; Loyola Marymount Graduate School of Business and the R. H. Smith Graduate School of Business at the University of Maryland. Greenwald has taught courses in new products, advertising and promotion, and marketing strategy planning. As a guest lecturer, she has focused on brand management and Internet marketing. Her areas of interest include new products, brand management, advertising, food marketing, entertainment-related marketing and kid marketing. She was listed among Advertising Age magazine’s “100 Best and Brightest Women in Advertising and Marketing” and is a member of the New York City YWCA Academy of Women Achievers.

Professor Greenwald is the recent author and publisher of Magical Melting Pot Cookbook—The Cookbook that Celebrates America’s Diversity: America’s Leading Chefs Share Childhood Memories and Favorite Foods.
Ravi Gupta

Ravi Gupta is the managing principal at Momentum Business Development. He has more than 15 years of experience in starting and managing entrepreneurial ventures for Fortune 500 corporations and venture capital firms. He is a specialist in developing new businesses that rapidly commercialize latest technologies and establish new markets. He has advised CEOs and presidents at firms of all sizes, from leading blue chip corporations such as Johnson & Johnson to start-up venture capital businesses. Mr. Gupta has more than 30 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector and has led many teams in developing remote rural villages and urban slums. His present focus is community health care, education and social ventures. One of the new ventures he is developing is a foundation that will help to bridge digital divides and bring the benefits of the Internet to remote corners of the United States, India and Africa.

He holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Ronald Hahn

Ron Hahn cofounded Early Stage Enterprises (ESE) in 1996. ESE is a private venture capital fund organized to provide capital and guidance to early-stage companies in the Mid-Atlantic region. He has been investing in and working closely with early-stage businesses for more than two decades, acting as an officer or general partner of four venture capital organizations. Mr. Hahn started his career in venture capital in 1974 at Heizer Corporation, where he was vice president. In 1981, after serving as first vice president of Commodities Corporation, he founded Princeton/Montrose Partners, a venture capital partnership specializing in life-sciences technology, agribusiness, food, energy and natural resource–related investments.

In 1987, Mr. Hahn joined the health care team of Patricof & Co. Ventures as a general partner. In addition, he has been an operating manager and earlier in his career he held positions as an investment banker and a commercial banker. Mr. Hahn has had experience working with entrepreneurs in a number of different industries and served on the boards of directors of more than 25 companies. He also serves as an adjunct professor for Columbia Business School.
Mr. Hahn received his BA from Occidental College and his MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.

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