US - Research-based consulting firm Greenwich Associates has appointed Mayree Clark and Joel Podolny to its board of advisors.
Clark is a partner of AEA Holdings, a private investment firm specialising in alternative assets including hedge fund investments, real estate, and private equity, while Podolny is dean and professor of management at the Yale School of Management.
Greenwich also announced the departure of board member's Peter Darling, director at Atlas Capital, and Jay Light, professor of business administration and Dean of Harvard Business School, who will leave in 2007.
Clark has held a succession of senior executive positions at Morgan Stanley over a nearly 25 year career with the firm, and is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Stanford Business School.
Prior to assuming his current positions at the Yale School of Management, Podolny was the professor of leadership and management at Harvard Business School, with a joint appointment as professor of sociology at Harvard’s faculty of arts and sciences.
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