Amy Falls is Chief Investment Officer and Vice President for Investments at The Rockefeller University, the world-renown center for biomedical research and graduate education, located in New York City. She oversees the university’s investment office and an endowment of $1.8 billion, broadly diversified across a range of asset classes. Ms. Falls joined the University in April 2011, after serving as Andover’s (Phillips Academy) Chief Investment Officer for six years, where she led the effort to establish the Andover Investment Office, the first of its kind for a traditional independent secondary school. At Andover, the endowment generated top quartile results from 2007-2010.
In 2010, Ms. Falls was chosen as a Rising Star of Foundations and Endowments by the publishers of Institutional Investor. She and her team were also nominated for Middle Market Endowment Manger of the Year. Prior to her tenure at Andover, Ms. Falls was a Managing Director and the Global Fixed Income Strategist for Morgan Stanley, and a member of the Fixed Income Management Committee and the firm’s Global Asset Allocation Committee.
Ms. Falls received her B.A. in History from Georgetown University and a Masters in International Development from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She currently serves on the Boards of Harvard Management Corporation and The Ford Foundation, and is the Treasurer for the Board and Chair of the Investment Committee for Phillips Academy Andover. Ms. Falls continues to teach on topics in international investing and risk management, most recently at the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College.
Ms. Falls lives in New York City with her husband Hartley Rogers, and has three daughters.
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