Rick Ruvkun, graduated from Stanford and lives in New York City. He has spent
the past decade of his 35- year career as a Director of Equity Research and as an
equity portfolio manager at Lord Abbett. His entire career was in managing
equities for clients. He has an engineering degree from Stanford and a Masters in
Management from MIT Sloan School of Management.
For the past five years, he has volunteered and taught an annual seminar on
financial literacy seminar to post-graduate physicians at Columbia University. He
volunteers as a Financial Credit Crisis Counselor volunteer as part of the
Community Service Society of New York. He works one-on-one with low-wage
individuals and families helping them improve their money management skills
and increase their financial stability.
He is a volunteer in financial literacy, mentoring college and graduate students,
and math literacy for immigrant high school and high school equivalency
students. Rick is the Treasurer of Central Queens Academy, a charter school in
NYC. Rick would welcome the opportunity to help students achieve their financial
objectives and create a framework for money decisions.
Unique perspectives: undergraduates, graduates, first-generation or low-income, athletes, transfer students or students with children