SAVE THE DATE:  Tuesday, December 3, 2019

New York Athletic Club | 180 Central Park South
New York, NY  (59th & 7th Avenue)
8 AM - 6:30 PM

Registration will open soon
What distinguishes the CIO Summit from other conferences?

The Summit consistently attracts world-class investors and thought-leading allocators for a powerful day of networking and high-level discussions of the most critical issues confronting money managers and investment officers.  Several important factors distinguish this Summit from other conferences.
  • Hosted by two top-tier university-based organizations 
  • Focused on bringing LPs and GPs thought-provoking content and ideas in an intimate, engaging environment.  
  • peer only setting/investor only for alternative investors who share the common interest of participating in leading edge discussions about the future of our industry
  • Multi-year success in convening investment decision makers from endowments, foundations, single/multi- family offices, corporate and public pensions, as well as insurance.
  • No media means open discussions on the most critical topics facing alternative investors today

Attendee make-up:


Thank you to our Lead CIO Summit Sponsors:



Interested in sponsorship opportunities?  To learn more about becoming one of our exclusive sponsors please email Stephanie McAlaine at or Jen Simons at


Committee Members

Kellogg Co-chairs:
Greg Williamson (KSM'85) - Pluribus

Chris Winiarz (KSM'10) - Lakeview Capital Management

Wharton Co-chairs:

Jonathan Ben-Horin (WG'11)

Ken Lee (WG'07) - Carnegie Corporation of New York

Planning Committee:

Tod Buys (KSM'01) - Cambridge

Jose Guzman (WG'11) - New York City Pension Fund

Emily He (WG'16) - Rockefeller Foundation

Clara Kim (KSM'01) - Colchis Capital Management

David Koh (KSM'99) - Bank of America

Edyta Riley (C'04, WG'10) - Ford Foundation

Tina Sodhi  - Triago

Jared Weiner (WG'07) - Archean Capital