Peter Nadosy spent 11 years at the Fiduciary Trust Company of New York before he joined Morgan Stanley in 1981, where he was named managing director before becoming president of Morgan Stanley Asset Management, and, eventually, vice-chairman in 1995. Nadosy left to become managing partner of East End Advisors, an investment advisory firm he co-founded in 2008. He is an alumna of both Harvard College and Columbia Business School. Nadosy is a life trustee of Amherst College and chaired the school’s investment committee from 1988-2002. He was a member of the board of the Harvard Management Company, the Ford Foundation, and the Doris Duke Foundation. Nadosy currently serves on the board of the Central European University, as well as the Dana Foundation. He is chair of the investment committee of Weizmann Global Endowment and on the investment committees of the Brearley School and St. Bernard’s School.