Strategic Partners Dr. Charles LiebermanACM Chief Investment OfficerAs a graduate of MIT with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania Dr. Lieberman began his career as an academic at the University of Maryland and Northwestern University. After five years in academia, Dr. Lieberman joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as head of its Monetary Analysis staff before joining Morgan Stanley and Shearson Lehman Brothers where he focused on the debt and equity markets. In 1986, he joined Manufacturers Hanover Securities as chief economist and head of research and retained that position through the subsequent mergers with Chemical Bank and Chase Manhattan. In 1997 he left Chase and founded the global macro hedge fund, Strategic Investors Management. In 1998, Dr. Lieberman founded Advisors Capital Management.David Lieberman, M.B.A.Portfolio ManagerAn alumnus of Brandeis University and Yale School of Management where he received his BA and MBA, respectively. David is currently a Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager with Advisors Capital Management. Prior to joining Advisors Capital, he founded 3 companies, including BookRags, Inc., KaChange, Inc., and TestCafe. Following the sale of BookRags, Inc., David continued serving as President, while also serving on the Executive Committee of the acquiring public company, Ambassadors Group, Inc. until 2009.Dr. Alan GreenspanACM Economic AdvisorAlan Greenspan served five terms as chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from August 11, 1987, when he was first appointed by President Ronald Reagan. His last term ended on January 31, 2006. He was appointed chairman by four different presidents.Dr. Greenspan received his bachelor’s (summa cum laude), master’s, and doctoral degrees in economics, all from New York University. He also studied economics at Columbia University in the early 1950s and one of his professors, Dr. Arthur Burns, would later precede him as chairman of both the President’s Council of Economic Advisors and, later, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.