Hundreds gather for Hokies on Wall Street event
More than 200 Hokies, including alumni, students, faculty, and staff, showed up for an evening of finance discussions and social networking at the recent Hokies on Wall Street reception organized by the Pamplin College of Business.
The annual event was held at Citigroup’s offices in New York City. Participants in the panel discussion were alumni Lynne Doughtie ’85, chairman and CEO of KPMG; Omar Asali ’92, founder, chairman, and CEO, One Madison Group; and Tracy Castle-Newman ’90, managing director, Morgan Stanley.
The discussion, moderated by Pamplin dean Robert Sumichrast, covered such topics as major recent developments in the finance industry, the changing role of financial analysts, and advice to students and young professionals.
See more photos from the reception below.