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Published on Oct 16, 2015
Speakers: Jeffery H. Boyd, chair of the board of directors, The Priceline Group, Inc. and Deanna Oppenheimer, former CEO of Barclays Bank, U.K. and Western Europe Moderator: Jamienne S. Studley, deputy under secretary of the U.S. Department of Education
Jeffery H. Boyd Founder and Managing Director of Brothers Brook, LLC, and Chair of the Board of Directors, The Priceline Group, Inc. St. Lawrence University Class of 1978, Government
Jeffery Boyd is the founder and managing director of Brothers Brook, LLC, a strategic investment firm focusing on consumer internet and health care services businesses. Currently chair of the board of directors of Priceline Group, Inc., he was CEO from 2002 to 2013, when he led the company from near bankruptcy to become one of the most successful internet businesses in the country. Boyd serves on the boards of directors of Healthcare, Inc. and MDX Medical Inc. and is chair of St. Lawrence University’s board of trustees, to which he was first elected as a term trustee in 2004. Prior to joining Priceline, Boyd held positions as executive vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Oxford Health Plans, Inc. and assistant general counsel of Lord Abbett & Co., an investment advisory firm. He has practiced law with the law firm of Robinson & Cole in Connecticut and with Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and Australia. He was previously a member of the board of trustees of the Brunswick School in Connecticut. Boyd began his undergraduate education at New England College and completed his BA in government at St. Lawrence University in 1978. He earned a JD from Cornell Law School in 1981.
Deanna Oppenheimer Founder and CEO of CameoWorks, LLC, and former CEO, Barclays Bank, U.K. and Western Europe University of Puget Sound Class of 1980, Politics and Government and Urban Affairs
Deanna Oppenheimer is a leading international finance expert. She is founder of CameoWorks, LLC, a retail and financial services advisory firm. From 2005 to 2012, Oppenheimer worked at Barclays PLC, where she transformed the global retail and business banking divisions. At Barclays she began as chief executive of U.K. retail and business banking, and in 2009, she became vice chair of global retail banking, implementing best business practices across Europe and Africa. In 2010, she was appointed chief executive of Europe retail and business banking, helping to stabilize the business during the Euro crisis. Under her leadership, customer satisfaction improved from last-place among U.K. banks to first-place. From 1985 to 2005, Oppenheimer worked at Washington Mutual, Inc., the largest savings and loan institution in the United States. She was marketing director and, later, president of consumer banking, where she helped transform the lender from a regional to a national player. In 2007, Oppenheimer was named Great Britain’s Business Communicator of the Year and in October 2010 was voted American Banker magazine’s Second Most Powerful Woman in Banking. Oppenheimer serves on many boards, including Tesco PLC, AXA Global Insurance, and the University of Puget Sound board of trustees. In addition, she is a senior advisor to Bain Consulting, Brooks Running, Anthemis Group, and Finsphere. Oppenheimer graduated with honors from the University of Puget Sound, and she also attended the executive education program of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Moderator: Jamienne S. Studley Deputy Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
Since September 2013, Jamienne Studley has served as deputy under secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, where she focuses on college access, affordability, outcomes, and choice; student success; accreditation; and other higher education policy issues. In the Clinton administration, Studley was deputy and acting general counsel of the Department of Education. In the Carter administration, she was special assistant to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare/Department of Health and Human Services and chair of the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity. Studley also has served as president of Skidmore College from 1999 to 2003, associate dean and lecturer in law at Yale Law School (1983 to 1987), and adjunct faculty member at the law schools of Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, among other roles. Studley’s board service includes the Association of American Colleges & Universities and Harvard Law School Visiting Committee. She earned her BA in American studies from Barnard College and her JD from Harvard Law School.