Date: January 11, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Bill Ullman will provide a background on cryptocurrency as a form of donation for independent schools. He’ll discuss the overall features and trends of this rapidly developing asset class and the important questions to ask when doing research on various cryptocurrency platforms. Additionally, Sarah Walton, director of development for Calvert School, will discuss Calvert’s decision to accept cryptocurrency.
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Bill UllmanFounder & CEO, The Daily FinQ
Bill Ullman is the founder/CEO at The Daily FinQ, an app/game focused on financial literacy and Water Street Advisors LLC, a registered investment advisor. Bill began his career as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch focused on M&A transactions for financial institutions. In 1997, Bill joined Bear Stearns’ investment bank and later helped manage the firm’s leading prime brokerage and global clearing services business as a senior managing director. Recently, Bill has served in a variety of roles at FinTech companies – advisor, investor, and executive. Bill is chairman of the advisory board of Jewel, Bermuda’s first licensed crypto currency focused bank and is a senior advisor to FinTech Collective Fund II. Bill is a member of the board of NYC based asset manager Van Eck Global, which has over $80 billion of assets under management. Bill earned his B.A. in history from Princeton and his M.B.A. from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Sarah WaltonDirector of Development, Calvert School
Sarah Walton is the director of development at Calvert School in Baltimore, MD. Prior to joining Calvert in 2016, Sarah served as the interim executive director and director of development at the Maryland SPCA, and she was the senior development officer at the Walters Art Museum. Before moving to Baltimore, her career began in Washington, D.C., after graduating with a political science degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia, in 2003. In D.C., Sarah worked on Capitol Hill, for a lobbying firm, and eventually for the nonprofit, the ONE Campaign.
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