Fidelity Stock Pitch

Judges for the Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge come from the top echelon of the investment industry. We are grateful to them for bringing their expertise and donating their time for this event.

Undergraduate Stock Pitch

 

2015 Judges

Beth J. Piskorowski

Wellington Management 

Managing Director and Associate Director of Global Industry Research
Beth is the associate director of Global Industry Research, an investment group comprising senior equity analysts and research associates who engage in bottom-up research, stock picking, and investment decision making across global capital markets. In this role, she focuses on ensuring that we attract, develop, and motivate world-class early tenured investment talent by providing them with the resources, support, and ongoing feedback needed to excel. She is responsible for both the research associates within Global Industry Research and the Launch Research Associate Program.
Prior to joining Global Industry Research in 2011, Beth was a portfolio specialist in Equity Product Management, where she assisted in the development of new investment approaches; evaluated overall portfolio characteristics, risk, and performance; and served as a portfolio liaison with the firm’s Global Relationship Group.
Before joining Wellington Management in 2008, Beth worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company (2006 – 2008). Before that, she worked as an investment associate at Putnam Investments, spending two years in Global Equity Research and one year on the Large Cap Growth Portfolio team (2001 – 2004).
Beth earned her MBA from Harvard University (2006) and her BA in philosophy and government, cum laude, from Dartmouth College (2001).
 
Mark E. Vincent

Wellington Management 

 Managing Director and Equity Research Analyst                                     

As an equity research analyst in Global Equity Portfolio Management and a member of the firm’s Quality Equity team, Mark conducts fundamental analysis on global equity investments, focusing on the tech, media, and telecom sectors. His research supports the investment decision making for a range of portfolios managed for clients of the firm. He works in our Boston office.
Prior to joining Wellington Management in 2008, Mark completed an MBA internship at the firm as a global industry analyst, covering the titanium industry.  Before that, he founded and operated AllPrints Interactive (2002 – 2006), a direct seller of framed artwork.
Mark earned his MBA from Cornell University (2008) and his BA in finance from Bentley College (2002).