Meet Terry W. Goodwin '67Terry W. Goodwin '67, a current member and former chair of Quinnipiac's board of trustees, worked in the field of institutional securities trading and equity markets on Wall Street for 35 years.
He retired in 2003 after four years as vice president and manager of equity trading at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Goodwin now is a part-time consultant for trading, securities markets, commission practices and international equity trading.
Before joining Goldman Sachs, Goodwin was managing director of global equity trading for more than 20 years at Chase Manhattan Asset Management. His career also includes serving as managing director of North America Equity Trading at UBS (Union Bank of Switzerland) Asset Management, vice president of equity trading at Standard & Poor's Intercapital and an equity trader at Travelers Insurance.
Goodwin is former chairman of the National Organization of Investment Professionals and the Institutional Traders Advisory Committee of the American Stock Exchange. Goodwin is a former member of the Market Performance Committee of the New York Stock Exchange, the NASDAQ Quality of Markets Committee and the institutional traders advisory committees of the New York Stock Exchange, the National Association of Securities Dealers and the National Securities Traders Association.
Goodwin has served on Quinnipiac's board of trustees since 1993 and was elected chairman in 2005. He also has served on the School of Business advisory board since 1993 and is still a member.
He earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from Quinnipiac in 1967 and a master of business administration from the University of New Haven in 1982.