Timothy Jarry ’00 has been named chief investment officer at the College of the Holy Cross. He officially began his new position on Jan. 1, 2011.
Jarry has worked at the College for the past seven years: two years as an investment analyst, two years as investment officer, and three years as associate chief investment officer. Prior to working at Holy Cross, he was a CPA in Worcester. He is responsible for managing the College's investments including the endowment and the retirement plans; he oversees the day-to-day management of financial assets and works with the Board of Trustees to make long-term investment decisions for the College.
“Tim brings unique insights and strengths to the investment office, at a critical economic time,” explains Michael Lochhead, vice president for administration and finance. “I’m looking forward to working with him to maintain and strengthen Holy Cross’ endowment, and to ensure the College meets its critical long-term financial commitments.”
Jarry succeeds William Durgin, who retired in December, after 26 years at the College.