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Nick joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2009. He is a Senior Director at Colliers International, where he works in the firm’s New York office. In 2002, Nick received his B.A. from Trinity College, where he majored in Economics and Art History during the inception of Trinity’s National Championship run. He earned an M.S. in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in 2006. Previously, he worked at Eastdil Secured as an Associate in the Real Estate Investment Banking Group and was a Principal at Spinnaker Partners LLC. Nick and his wife, Brooke, live in D.C., and mentor Diana Edwards.
Courtney joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2007. She also serves as a mentor for high school CitySquasher Melissa Garcia. Courtney earned a B.A. from Brown University in 2006 where she played on the Brown University women’s varsity squash team for four years. Currently, Courtney is an Associate at Credit Suisse, working in the Debt Capital Markets Financial Institutions Group. Courtney grew up in Rye, New York and currently resides in Manhattan.
Kelly joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2007. She has been involved with CitySquash as a mentor since 2005, and was named the Mentor of the Year in 2007. Kelly is a Vice President in the Human Capital Management Division at an investment bank and focuses on firmwide training in finance, markets, and products. Prior to joining Human Capital Management, Kelly worked in the Investment Banking Division’s Risk Markets Group. Kelly earned a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2001 and lives in Manhattan with her husband, Andrew.
Lauren joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2008, and has served as Chair of the Junior Board since 2010. She is currently pursuing her M.B.A. at The Yale School of Management (expected graduation May 2013). At Yale, Lauren is focusing her studies on philanthropy and non-profit management. Prior to returning to school, Lauren was Director of the Maverick Capital Foundation, a hedge fund foundation based in New York. Formerly, she was an Investor Relations Associate at Maverick Capital and an Investment Banking Analyst at Lehman Brothers. Lauren graduated from Amherst College, where she was captain of the squash team. Lauren is proud to mentor CitySquasher Andreina Benedith.
Brad joined the CitySquash board in 2013. He is the Managing Partner of Far View Capital Management, a New York based investment firm. Before founding Far View, he worked at New York investment firms J. Goldman and Company and Tocqueville Asset Management. He graduated from Yale in 2004, where he majored in Political Science and was a member of the men’s squash team. Brad is a long-time volunteer and frequently attends all major CitySquash events. He lives in New York with his wife Claire.
Crosby joined the Junior Board in 2013. She is a Director at Raines International, a retained executive search firm in New York City. Crosby joined Raines International from Barclays Wealth serving high net worth families, endowments, and foundations. Prior to Barclays, she worked in real estate development in Washington, D.C. Crosby received her MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, with a concentration in Strategy and Organizational Development. She also holds an BA in History from Dartmouth College, where she co-captained the varsity women’s squash team and was on the varsity equestrian team. In New York, she is an avid squash player and active member of the University Club as part of the Young Members Committee. She has been a dedicated CitySquash supporter and volunteer for many years and is the mentor to Nicole Lara, an 8th grade CitySquash student.
Courtney joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2008, after spending two years as the program’s Director of Placement. During her time at CitySquash, she successfully placed twelve CitySquashers into private schools and learned how to play squash. She is a graduate of Amherst College, where she majored in English and Spanish, and is currently pursuing an MA in Educational Leadership, Advocacy, and Politics at NYU. She is now the Program Director at The East Harlem School, a private school for low-income students. Courtney lives in New York City, and spends her free time writing or training for local road races and triathlons.
Ben joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2013. He has been involved with CitySquash since 2003, and was named the Volunteer of the Year in 2005. Ben is currently pursuing his M.B.A. at Harvard Business School (expected graduation May 2014). Prior to attending Harvard Business School, Ben worked for Discovery Capital Management, a Connecticut based investment firm. Ben earned a B.A. in Religion from Dartmouth College in 2009 and lives in Boston.
Suzie joined the CitySquash board in 2010 and has been a mentor since 2009. She is the Director of Squash for Greenwich Academy in Greenwich, Connecticut. Prior to the position at GA Suzie played on the WSA pro tour and continues to compete on the WDSA professional women’s doubles tour. She currently serves on the board for both organizations.
Sarah joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2012. She graduated from Brown University in 2010 with a BA in history and served as co-captain of the Brown women’s squash team. In 2011, Sarah ran the ING New York Marathon on the inaugural CitySquash team. Currently, Sarah works in marketing at Equinox.
Josh joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2008. Currently he is a principal of All Med Holdings, a developer of medical real estate. Previously he worked at the private equity firm Apollo Management and began his career in Citigroup’s Consumer Investment Banking Group. He graduated from Yale College in 2005 with a B.A. in Economics and is currently enrolled part-time at the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate earning his Masters in Real Estate Development. While at Yale, Josh was a member of the men’s varsity squash team for four years and was a Second-Team All-American. Josh currently mentors CitySquasher Felipe Pantle.
Marshall joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2010. He has worked at BlackRock, Inc. since 2001, where he is a Managing Director. Marshall earned a BA degree, magna cum laude, in History as well as a Certificate in Latin American Studies from Princeton University in 2001. While at Princeton, he was a four year varsity letter winner and two-time captain of the Men’s Squash Team. Marshall has served as a volunteer for CitySquash since the organization’s inception and has been a mentor in previous years. Marshall grew up in Villanova, PA and currently lives in Manhattan.
Charlotte joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2010. After teaching sixth-grade Math and advanced Calculus at the Bronx’s Frederick Douglass Academy, Charlotte moved to Booker T. Washington’s Middle School campus on the Upper West Side to continue teaching Math as well as Life Science. Charlotte is a New York City Teaching Fellow, simultaneously studying for her Master’s in Middle School Mathematics at City College. She graduated from Brown University in 2009 with an A.B. in Political Science. At Brown, Charlotte captained the nationally-ranked women’s varsity squash team, earning the title of Academic All-Ivy Honoree in her senior year. Charlotte has been a tutor, mentor and volunteer coach for CitySquash since 2003.
Elizabeth joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2010. Currently a senior associate at Greenwich based private equity firm Catterton Partners, Elizabeth previously worked at Chilton Investment Company in New York. Prior to Chilton, Elizabeth worked at private equity firm Brentwood Associates in Los Angeles, and in the Private Equity Group at Goldman Sachs in New York. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 2003 with a B.A. in Economics, and earned an M.B.A. from Stanford University in 2009. While at Dartmouth, Elizabeth was a member of the women’s varsity squash team for four years. Elizabeth started volunteering with CitySquash in 2004.
Kristin joined the CitySquash Junior Board in 2013. Kristin currently works in the Investment Management Division at Goldman, Sachs & Co where she advises the firm’s private clients in the investment process. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Kristin spent six years as a Regional Director at the William J. Clinton Foundation and was a founding member of the Clinton Climate Initiative. In this role, she oversaw CCI’s programs in Latin America and South Asia. She received an A.B. in History from Harvard University, where she played on the Varsity Squash team, and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business. Kristin mentors Dainalee Velez, a 5th grade CitySquash student.