Board of directors

ILPA appoints new chairman

Wed, 14/11/2012 - 10:20

The Institutional Limited Partners Association has appointed Michael Mazzola, managing director, head of alternative investments at MetLife, to the position of chairman of ILPA’s board of directors.

"I am pleased to have the opportunity to chair the ILPA and to support the organization as it expands its global reach,” says Mazzola. “As the ILPA looks to extend its position as a leading provider of private equity industry research and educational offerings, I look forward to working with members and the broader private equity community on initiatives that will strengthen the asset class over the long term.”

In addition to Mazzola, the board appointed the following returning directors and members of the executive committee: Lindel Eakman, vice chair (UTIMCO), Richard Hall, secretary (Teacher Retirement System of Texas), Jesús S. Argüelles, treasurer (CalPERS), Jennifer Kerr, chair, education committee (Canada Pension Plan Investment Board), Robert Van Schaik, chair, membership committee (Shell Asset Management Company), Raquel Chmielewski (Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company), Mark Fehrs Haukohl (The Vero Group), Dhvani Shah (Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund), Brad Woolworth (City of Philadelphia Board of Pensions and Retirement), and Jeremy Kranz (GIC Special Investment).

New to the board this year are Tanya Carmichael, chair, research, benchmarking and standards committee (Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan) and Nicolas Drapeau, chair, GP Summit, (Bimcor Inc), who were elected to the board by the ILPA membership at its annual general meeting on 7 November 2012.


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