Smith Barney Chairman & CEO Sallie Krawcheck
To Speak at Baruch on Feb. 18
Delivering Second Lecture in 2003-2004
Russell Banks CEO Leadership Series
Sallie Krawcheck, the highest-level woman working on Wall
Street, will speak on "Business Leadership" at Baruch
College on Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 7:15 pm. Ms. Krawcheck,
Chairman and CEO of Smith Barney, a subsidiary of Citibank
and Wall Street’s largest brokerage, has been widely
credited with restoring the credibility of the company’s
securities analysts in the wake of the scandals that followed
the collapse of the Internet bubble.
Much reported on and frequently mentioned as a possible successor to Citigroup chairman Sanford Weill, Krawcheck will address a group of ambitious undergraduate business majors and MBA candidates striving to make their own reputation on Wall Street. The talk, part of the The Russell Banks CEO Leadership Series at Baruch College, will be followed by a spirited Q & A session. The entire event takes place in the Conference Center of the College’s award-winning Newman Vertical Campus building, at 55 Lexington Ave. (and 24th St.), Room 14-220.
Sallie Krawcheck has been chairman and CEO of Smith Barney since October 2002. She made her reputation as a stock analyst at Stanford C. Bernstein & Co, a highly regarded independent research firm that Krawcheck led prior to taking the helm at Smith Barney. During her years as an equity research analyst covering the securities brokerage sector, she was ranked the #1 analyst in Institutional Investor magazine's annual poll. In 2003 she was named Fortune managazine's "Most Influential Person Under the Age of 40". In 2002, she was one of Time magazine's "Golbal Business Influentials."
The event takes place on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2004 at 7:15 pm in the Newman Vertical Campus Conference Center, room 14-220, 55Lexington AVe at 24th Street, New York, NY 10010.