Snowden Lane Partners benefits from the counsel and support of a distinguished group of leaders from wealth advisory and other industries.
Subha V. Barry was named Vice President and General Manager of Working Mother Media in January 2015. Subha oversees Working Mother magazine, Diversity Best Practices, the leading corporate membership organization supporting diversity and inclusion and the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). Working Mother Media is a division of the Bonnier Corporation.
Subha’s career spans 30 years of experience in front-line business, operational, and leadership roles. She has a proven track record of building cohesive, productive teams to be agents of change, linking people leadership to business results and leveraging opportunities to drive profitability.
As a Principal of SV Barry Consulting Group, LLC, Subha applied her unique perspective on business culture, talent, and human capital to deliver global solutions on issues of diversity, inclusion, leadership development, cultural competence, and multicultural marketing to corporations, non-profits, and academic institutions.
Previously, Subha was Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Freddie Mac, where she served on the firm’s management committee and had overall responsibility for the combined functions of Diversity & Inclusion, Supplier Diversity, Community Engagement, and the Freddie Mac Foundation.
During more than 20 years at Merrill Lynch, Subha was Managing Director and Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion. She was responsible for diversity efforts across the corporation, including oversight of the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Council. Subha also created a highly successful Multicultural Business Development Group that helped establish Merrill Lynch as the preeminent wealth management firm among diverse and multicultural markets. She began her career at the firm as a Financial Advisor.
Subha is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs where she teaches gender policy. She serves on the board of Rutgers University, where she co-chairs the fund-raising efforts for the Gloria Steinem Chair for Media, Culture and Feminist Studies. Subha is also on the boards of Rice University’s Graduate School of Business, and Princeton Hospital, and is Chair of the Rutgers Cancer Institute’s Director’s Advisory Council. She is a Senior Advisor to the New York-based Center for Talent Innovation and the Asia Society’s Talent, Diversity and Inclusion Council. She previously served on the boards of Rice University, the National Council for Research on Women, and the Chapin School.
A native of India, Subha holds a BA from Bombay University and an MBA and MS in Accounting from Rice University. She and her husband, Jim, have two children, Tara and Jay. They live in Princeton, New Jersey.
Bob is the Founder and Chairman of *Impact Republic, investment and brand management firm focused on building innovative brands of influence that create social impact.
Prior to founding *Impact Republic, Bob was a Managing Partner and President of Select Equity Group, Inc., an employee-owned registered investment adviser managing in excess of $10 billion in client funds. Prior to that, Bob was a Managing Partner, Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Highbridge Capital Management (“Highbridge”) and co-managed the sale of Highbridge to J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in late 2004. Prior to Highbridge, Bob was a Managing Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of Robertson Stephens, a San Francisco based global investment bank. Bob is on the Board of Trustees of Saint Joseph’s University, the Princeton Healthcare System and the McCarter Theater Center. Bob is also the Founder and Chairman of The Kantian Foundation, a private non-profit foundation focusing on impact investing.
Pete is a Senior Partner and Head of Global Life Sciences/Healthcare at Deloitte.
He has been a business strategy consultant for twenty eight years focusing primarily on international growth issues. He has held numerous global leadership roles with the firm in the United States and Europe. He has also served as the Global Lead Client Services Partner (GLCSP) for a number of Deloitte’s most significant client relationships, most recently in the Life Sciences and Biotechnology sectors. As a GLCSP, Pete is directly responsible for delivering Deloitte’s entire professional services footprint to his clients, including audit, enterprise risk, and security services; financial advisory services; tax services; and a broad array of business and technology consultancy services.
Cindy leads Corporate Development and serves as General Counsel & CCO of Artivest, a fast-growing, tech-driven alternatives platform backed by KKR, the founders of PayPal, and leaders of the fintech community. Cindy was a Founding Partner, General Counsel & CCO of Snowden Lane Partners from inception to 2015.
At Artivest, Cindy oversees Corporate Development, including recruiting, human resources, corporate governance, legal and compliance, and serves as General Counsel & CCO. As a Founding Partner, General Counsel & CCO of Snowden Lane Partners, Cindy developed and advised on Snowden Lane’s corporate governance structure and coordinated its corporate finance and regulatory functions, creating an operational infrastructure that empowered Snowden Lane to scale to a nationally-branded wealth management firm.
Previously, Cindy was Counsel for Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management, where she advised on alternative investment offerings, key client initiatives and investment advisory & brokerage programs. She started her legal career at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.
Cindy was named one of New York Law Journal’s Rising Stars for 2015 and serves on the board of Volunteers of Legal Services. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in English and Political Science, and was a Chazen Society Felllow in International Business at Columbia Business School, where she earned her MBA; an Articles Editor of the Columbia Law Review; and a recipient of the Milbank, Tweed Fellowship in Law & Economics and the Olin Junior Fellowship in Law & Economics at Columbia Law School, where she completed her JD. Cindy is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey and holds FINRA series 7, 66, 24, 79 and 4 licenses.
Charles Widger, Executive Chairman, Brinker Capital, representing Brinker Capital, is a Senior Advisor to Snowden Lane and a member of the Advisory Board.
Charles is the founder of Brinker Capital and has over 30 years of experience working with investors in strategic investment planning, and manager search and monitoring. He is a former Chairman of the board of trustees for Gettysburg College and is Chair-Emeritus of the Money Management Institute, the $2.1 trillion dollar managed account industry’s association. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Villanova University School of Law Board of Consultors. Brinker Capital is located in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.