Tim Jenkins ’98 on CIA and Queer Profession

Timothy Jenkins ’98 joined alternative asset manager Angelo, Gordon and Co. in 2011 and is a director. He focuses on new business development. Prior to joining the firm, Tim was a vice president at Goldman, Sachs and Co. in the Private Wealth Management group and in Commodities Sales and Trading. Tim began his career at J.P. Morgan Asset Management and later served as an officer at the Central Intelligence Agency.  Tim will talk about his career, life as a gay man in the work place, and how he found happiness with his husband and two daughters.

At Wesleyan, Tim majored in Government with a concentration in International Politics. He was active on the Wesleyan Student Assembly, and served as the vice president and student chair of the Board of Trustees. Tim rowed crew, was a member of Eclectic and Skull and Serpent, and had a work-study job in the Office of the President and was the president’s driver. Tim graduated in 1998.

TIME: 12:30-1:30pm; Friday Oct. 14
LOCATION: South College B2-B3 (Food will be served)

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