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Career Conversation - Erica Furfaro '05, Sector Head (Telecom, Media, Technology) @ Millennium Management

Friday, February 15, 2019 at 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Goldwin Smith Hall, 160
232 East Ave, Central Campus

Senior Investment Analyst with Focus on Internet, Media and Telecom Sectors Speaking with Students

Have an informal conversation with Erica Furfaro via ZOOM*. Career Conversations are meant to be small networking sessions designed to offer you the chance to get answers to your most pressing questions about a particular career field.
*This is a virtual Career Conversation. Erica will be chatting with attendees via Zoom.

Open to A&S undergraduate students only. The Career Services no show policy applies to this event. 

BIO:
Erica Furfaro graduated in 2005 from the College of Arts and Sciences with a B.A. in Economics and Government. She spent 2 years in investment banking at Merrill Lynch from 2005 - 2007 then 2 years in private equity at the Carlyle Group from 2009 - 2011. Erica then attend business school receiving her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Erica has been working in the hedge fund industry since 2011 spending 2 years at York Capital before joining Millennium Partners in 2013. At Millennium, she focuses on the internet, media and telecom sectors.

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Event Type

Networking, Career

Departments

Arts & Sciences Career Services

Tags

cascal, cascar

Website

https://cornell.joinhandshake.com/eve...

Contact E-Mail

nam245@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Nicole Moss

Contact Phone

6072554166

Speaker

Erica Furfar (A&S '05)

Speaker Affiliation

Cornell Alumnus

Dept. Web Site

as.cornell.edu/careers

Disability Access Information

Please contact Nicole Moss (nam245@cornell.edi) if you need any accommodations

Open To

A&S Undergraduate Students

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