2014 Annenberg Leadership and Management Speaker Series featuring Thomas F. Secunda
The Annenberg Leadership and Management Speaker Series at Harvey Mudd College presents Thomas F. Secunda, the global head of Bloomberg’s Financial Products and Services.
The speaker series is an integral part of Harvey Mudd College’s commitment to encouraging students to lead with integrity. Endowed through a generous gift from The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Fund for Leadership Development, this series brings to campus accomplished individuals who are recognized, world-class leaders in their fields of endeavor. The lectures provide an engaging forum for senior executives to address pertinent leadership issues and to share their insights with the HMC community.
Thomas F. Secunda is the global head of Bloomberg’s Financial Products and Services, serves on the board of directors, and is one of the founding partners of Bloomberg L.P., which was established in 1981. He was named vice chairman in August 2011. As head of the company’s financial products and services, Secunda oversees a global staff of more than 6,000, including 3,000 technologists in Bloomberg’s Technology Research & Development unit. He manages its largest business and core product, the Bloomberg Professional service, which is the world’s most trusted source for real-time and historical pricing, indicative data, reporting, research, estimates and analytics.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Secunda was a fixed-income trader at Morgan Stanley and was in systems research at Salomon Brothers, working alongside Michael R. Bloomberg. Secunda holds a B.S. and M.S. in mathematics from SUNY Binghamton. He serves on the boards of directors of the National Parks Conservation Association, Westchester County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Board and the Intrepid Museum Foundation.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
7:00 p.m. Reception
7:30 p.m. Lecture
About the sponsor:
Harvey Mudd College seeks to educate engineers, scientists, and mathematicians well versed in all of these areas and in the humanities and the social sciences so that they may assume leadership in their fields with a clear understanding of the impact of their work on society.