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Stuart Sedlacek

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Summers-Knoll School

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Summers-Knoll School

2203 Platt Road

Ann Arbor, Michigan,48104

United States

Company Description

Summers-Knoll School provides a rich academic experience for students from kindergarten through middle school in small, multi-age classes. They learn in an intimate, vibrant school setting and out and about in the world through project-based, hands-on learning... more

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Chief Financial Officer

American Express Company


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Summers-Knoll School

www.summers-knoll.org [cached]

In the 2007 calendar year, individuals serving the board include: Todd Austin (Vice-President), Julie Gagne, Damion Jackson, Mike Jennings, Mike O'Brien (Secretary), Susan Rodriguez, Stuart Sedlacek (President), Jeff Stanzler, Mark Stranahan, and Laura Wagner (Treasurer).Stuart Sedlacek Stuart serves as President of the Board and Chairman of the Development Committee.He received his Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude in Engineering and Applied Sciences from Harvard College in 1979 and an MBA from the University of Michigan in 1981.Stuart retired from American Express in December, 2001 after a twenty year career in the financial services industry.During that time, he held various positions in American Express' investment management operations and financial products companies and last held the position of Chief Financial Officer of Amex's financial services businesses.His daughter began attending Summers-Knoll's Lower School in 2004.Stuart has a keen appreciation for the value of a high quality education and wants to apply his financial, investment and leadership experience and skills to help SK continue to evolve and grow and realize its full potential.


Minnesota Corporate Federal Credit Union

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American Express announced that Stuart Sedlacek , the chief financial officer ( CFO ) of its Minneapolis-based financial advisors unit , will retire at year-end.


Amex's junk bond mess (7/28/2001)

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American Express said Friday that Stuart Sedlacek , 43 , will step down as chief financial officer of the financial advisers unit Aug. 13.He follows Pete Anderson , former chief investment officer since 1997 , who left in May , and Joe Barsky , who stepped down in June as head of equity mutual funds.Neither Anderson nor Sedlacek could be reached for comment.


AmEx Financial CFO to depart - 2001-07-27 - CityBusiness, The Business Journal of the Twin Cities

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Stuart Sedlacek , the chief financial officer for Minneapolis-based American Express Financial Advisors , will leave his post next month and retire from the company at the end of 2001.The move comes mere days after the company disclosed that it would cut up to 1 , 000 jobs in Minneapolis and as many as 5 , 000 worldwide amid an expected 76 percent decline in its second-quarter earnings and losses in its junk-bond portfolio that will top $1 billion in the first half of 2001.The bond losses came from the financial-advice unit , which employs about 8 , 000 people downtown , making it one of the top private employers in the state.The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that American Express was invested in the risky high-yield bonds at levels above industry norms and that top leaders were not aware when those investments headed south.O'Neill said Sedlacek will remain in Minneapolis to assist with the transition.Asked if the timing of the departure was related to the recent performance of the financial advisors unit , O'Neill said the decision was Sedlacek's.


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