Craig Odell Bailey, Jr. ("Chip") ('87) 

Founder and Managing Member 

Mandeville Advisors

Chip is the Founder and Managing Member of Mandeville Advisors LLC. He advises C-Suite Executives, Company Boards, Family Offices, NGOs and other global innovators on business operations, business development (profitable growth and scaling,) asset allocation/portfolio optimization/capital structure, corporate governance (including ESG) issues and investor relations. Current projects include serving as a Business Operations Advisor to the Central Bank of an African based country and designing a strategic plan for a Family Office.

Previously, Chip was Executive Vice President, Head of Client Portfolio Management and Strategic Partnership Relations at NWQ Investment Management Company, LLC, a global, multi-product equity and fixed income asset management firm. At NWQ he: helped to reinvent the firm from a one-product firm to a global, multi-product firm; oversaw all of the non-investment operations; travelled globally to manage key client relationships. Prior to NWQ, Chip was the Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Westbourne Capital Management, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm. He began his career the TCW Group as an analyst where he was responsible for making investment recommendations in publicly traded companies within a variety of industries. He concluded his tenure at TCW as the sole portfolio manager for a concentrated equity strategy.

Chip serves as a member of the Board of Global Advisors for Novus Technologies Pte Ltd, based in Singapore and TWIN Global, LLC, Chicago, IL. His non-profit engagements include service as board member and past Chairperson of the Century City Chamber of Commerce. Previously, he was Vice Chairperson of the board of St. Joseph Center, a Venice, CA based entity which helps low-income and homeless men, women and children. In August 2022, he concluded an eight year tenure with the Kellogg Alumni Council, (KAC) where he had served as Vice Chairperson (FY 2019-2021) and Chairperson (FY 2022.)

Chip received his Bachelor of Arts, History from UCLA and an MBA from Kellogg in 1987.