The Guild for Human Services recently elected Will Kinlaw, CFA, and David Nathan, both of Sudbury, to its Board of Trustees.
Will Kinlaw is currently the senior managing director and head of research at State Street Global Markets, the capital markets business at State Street, where he is responsible for a global team of 50 data scientists, quantitative researchers, and macro investment strategists as well as managing partnerships with data science start-ups and academics. His research has focused on recession forecasting, private equity investing, asset allocation, inflation, and risk measurement. In 2021, Will published a book with co-authors Mark Kritzman and David Turkington, Asset Allocation: From Theory to Practice and Beyond.
Will serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Portfolio Management and the Journal of Alternative Investments. He holds an M.S. in finance from Boston College, a B.A. in economics from Tufts University, and a CFA designation.
David Nathan serves as the director of communications and stewardship at Lasell University. He has worked in advancement communications at mission-driven organizations for 20 years, including as director of communications and development at The Guild. From 2004-2018, he led advancement communications efforts at Brandeis University, which won the CASE Educational Fundraising Award for overall performance and raised $90 million annually. David was previously an award-winning sports editor at the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester and a sportswriter and correspondent with United Press International. He has volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
David earned his B.A. from the Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrated Marketing Communications at Northwestern University.
“I am pleased to welcome Will and David to The Guild’s Board of Trustees,” said Michelle Peters, Chair of the Board. “Their collective experience in finance, communications, and fundraising will help The Guild fulfill its mission of empowering people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead high-quality lives.”