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SWIB Board of Trustees Appointments

The Wisconsin Senate last September confirmed the appointments of Mark Doll, Barbara Nick and Paul Stewart to the State of Wisconsin Investment Board by Gov. Walker. Their terms expire in May 2021.

Mark Doll
Mark Doll

Doll retired from a 40-year career with The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. In his recent role, he served as executive vice president and chief investment officer, where he was responsible for $164 billion in general account assets and $19 billion in separate account assets. Prior to this role, Doll was the senior vice president-public markets. He is a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee graduate with a finance major; he also has an MBA from UW-Milwaukee.

Barbara Nick
Barbara Nick

Nick is the president and CEO of Dairyland Power Cooperative, a utility company based in La Crosse. She has more than 30 years of experience in the electric and gas industry. Additionally, she has more than 25 years of board service in energy, health care and the community. Nick is also the founder and CEO of Catto Enterprises, LLC, where she provides business and executive development services in the energy and manufacturing industries. Nick is a communications and business graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She also completed the Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.

 

Paul Stewart
Paul Stewart

Stewart was part of a team that established PS Capital Partners in 2001 as a private equity holding firm. Previously, he was a partner at Horizon Partners, a middle market buyout firm where he was involved in all aspects of the operation including investment decisions and portfolio management. He also served as vice president in the venture capital subsidiary of Republic Bank (now Bank of America). Stewart is an adjunct professor, Bostrom Entrepreneur-in-Residence, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He serves on the boards of PS Capital Partners’ portfolio companies. He is a graduate of State University of New York at Buffalo and majored in mechanical engineering. He also earned an MBA with a finance concentration from Texas A&M University.

For more information on the SWIB Board of Trustees, visit http://ww.swib.state.wi.us.