Ms. Stacy Brandom, Chief Financial Officer of Trinity Wall Street, Delivers Annual Truex Lecture in Economics and Finance

Ms. Stacy Brandom

Ms. Stacy Brandom

Ms. Stacy Brandom, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Trinity Church, delivered the annual Everett P. Truex Lecture in Economics and Finance on October 30, 2013 in the Yates-Gill College Union.  The lecture, entitled “Ethics and Principled Decision Making”, was attended by 400 students, faculty, alumni and guests.  The Truex Lecture is the highlight experience for the Department of Business and Leadership during the fall semester.

Trinity Church is an historic Anglican church at the intersection of Broadway and Wall Street in downtown Manhattan in New York City.

Prior to joining Trinity 3 years ago, Stacy enjoyed a long career as an executive in the financial services industry in New York.  Prior to joining Trinity, she was the Chief Financial Officer for Citi Smith Barney.  Prior to joining Smith Barney, Stacy worked at JPMorgan Chase and its predecessor firms for 21 years, serving mainly in CFO and strategic planning roles in the investment bank, operations and the corporate office.  Stacy started her career in Kansas City working for Arthur Andersen and Company in its consulting practice.

Stacy earned an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and earned her BBA at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.

Stacy was born in Kansas City, and grew up in Hutchinson, Kansas and Liberty, Missouri.  She graduated from Liberty High School in 1975 and married her high school sweetheart, David Brandom, also a graduate of LHS.

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