Verger Welcomes Carlie Eubanks to Investment Team

Thursday, September 10th, 2020

Verger Capital Management LLC, the Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) firm exclusively serving non-profit organizations, is pleased to announce the addition of Carlie Eubanks as Investment Officer. As an integral member of Verger’s Investment Team, Carlie’s primary responsibilities include due diligence and on-going monitoring of current and prospective investment managers; analytical research to support investment and strategy decisions within the Investment Team, including asset allocation & portfolio construction; and performance reporting, analytics, and market commentary.

Carlie comes to Verger with deep experience in allocating capital and a background of serving the investment needs of an educational endowment. She has held previous investment roles at Five Points Capital, Duke University Management Company (DUMAC), and Bear Stearns Merchant Banking Partners.

“We are thrilled to welcome Carlie to the Verger team.  As our paths have crossed over the years, we have admired Carlie’s abilities both as an allocator and as a trusted and respected partner to her network of investment managers and the organizations she has had the opportunity to serve,” said Verger Chief Executive and Chief Investment Officer, Jim Dunn.  “We are fortunate to add her talent to the strength of our Investment Team.”

Carlie earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of North Carolina and a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

“Verger has built a unique culture and employs a distinctive investment philosophy for the benefit of the non-profit endowments and foundations it serves. I am excited to join the Verger Investment Team and contribute my skills and experience to their mission-driven work,” said Carlie when asked why she chose Verger. “As a long-time member of the Winston-Salem community, I am thrilled to be a part of the well-respected Verger organization and the value it provides to both local institutions and the non-profit community at large.”

Carlie’s official start date was September 8, 2020.