Debra Fine is the founder and Chair of Fine Capital Partners, an investment firm established in 2004 in New York City. Fine Capital manages U.S. equity assets principally for university endowments and foundations. Before starting Fine Capital, Debra was Director of Global Equities at Loews Corporation where she managed a global equity portfolio. Prior to Loews Corporation, Debra was a Principal and a buy-side equity analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein. Debra also worked for the New York City Department of Sanitation as special assistant to the commissioner.|
She has served in leadership positions on many nonprofit boards and investment committees, including the Jewish Museum, Footsteps, and on advisory committees for the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Yale Women’s Faculty Forum. Debra received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard University. She lives in New York City and has three children.
Debra has been Vice Chair of Save the Children’s Board of Trustees since 2017 and served as Interim Co-Chair during 2018. She serves as a member of the Executive and Finance Committees and the Investment Subcommittee. She is also Vice Chair of the Board of Save the Children International.
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