Brown PE and Alts Fellowship

 

The Fink Center for Finance & Investments is proud to present the Jeffry and Kristin Brown Distinguished Private Equity and Alternatives Fellowship. The Brown Fellowship has been established to augment the resources available to the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing private equity or alternatives education at Anderson. Each year, 1-3 students will be chosen to serve one-year terms as Fellow(s). Fellow(s) will be selected for their passion for private equity and/or alternatives, academic accomplishments, leadership and service to the finance program at Anderson. All Fellows will receive a stipend award and career guidance. Fellows will be required to attend 2 annual Fellowship dinners and write a letter of appreciation.

The Jeffry Brown Fellowships are made possible by a generous gift from Jeffry P Brown. Jeffry Brown is an Independent Director for corporations and funds, a Governance Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and is currently Chairman of the Board of RueOne Investments and is on RueOne's Audit Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Lori and Laurence Fink Center for Finance & Investments.

Application Process

 

Academic Year 2017-2018:

To apply for the Jeffry Brown Distinguished Fellows Program, please complete the online application, which includes the following two parts:

  • Resume
  • Essay (500 word limit)
    Topic: Discuss your career vision, particularly your experience, interests, and/or ideas for your career in private equity or alternatives after Anderson. Why would you be an exceptional candidate for this program?
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Application Guidelines

The program is open to any UCLA Anderson MBA/EMBA/FEMBA student. Students must display academic excellence and possess an active interest in private equity and/or alternatives.


Application Deadline:
11:59pm on Thursday, September 21st, 2017

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Past Fellows

 
Grady Miller
Brown Private Equity and Alternatives

Prior to enrolling at UCLA Anderson, Grady spent five years working in finance. For three of those years, he was a research associate at Hotchkis & Wiley Capital Management, where he primarily covered investments in the Consumer sector. After Hotchkis & Wiley, Grady spent two years working as an associate at Shamrock Capital Advisors, a media and entertainment focused private equity fund. While at Shamrock, he evaluated new investment opportunities and worked with portfolio companies. After business school he will be joining Vance Street Capital, an industrial focused private equity fund.

At Anderson, Grady is a Fink Fellow and a Venture Fellow. He is also the PE director for the Investment Finance Association and on the board of Challenge for Charity.

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Graham Infinger
Brown Private Equity and Alternatives

Mr. Infinger is an Assistant Vice President of Crescent Capital Group LP focusing on business development and investor relations.

Prior to joining Crescent, Mr. Infinger served as an Associate at Bain Capital where he was a member of the global private equity investor relations team. Before Bain Capital, Mr. Infinger worked as a management consultant at Booz & Company (now Strategy&). Mr. Infinger earned an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management and an AB in Economics from Harvard College.

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