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Stewart Mader

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Stewart Mader was the director of social media and online engagement at CFA Institute, where he oversaw efforts to reach journalists, legislators, policymakers, and investment professionals who play essential roles in shaping the direction of the financial services industry. He helped launch the Enterprising Investor, established the organization’s growing use of social media campaigns, and he lead a global team with staff in New York, London, and Hong Kong. He is the author of Wikipatterns (Wiley, 2008), a practical guide to improving productivity and collaboration in organizations. He holds a BS in chemistry from the University of Hartford and an MS in curriculum development and instructional technology from the State University of New York at Albany.

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Photo Essay: CFA Institute Research Challenge Winning Team Rings NASDAQ Closing Bell

Thammasat University, the winning team from the 2012 CFA Institute Research Challenge, was invited to the NASDAQ MarketSite yesterday to ring the closing bell along with John Rogers, President and CEO of CFA Institute, and members of the CFA… READ MORE ›

Roundup: CFA Institute Middle East Investment Conference

Social media highlights from the flagship event in the Middle East for CFA Institute, held 25-26 March 2012 in Doha, Qatar.

Roundup: CFA Institute Asia Pacific Investment Conference

Our flagship event in the region brought together noted researchers, investment professionals, and academics to explore the unique economic and financial issues driving investment returns in China and the Asia-Pacific region at large. These curated resources, which include a Livestream session, blog posts, Twitter highlights, photographs, and conference coverage on investment blog Seeking Alpha, provide a collective snapshot of the most important takeaways from our speakers — as shared by CFA Institute staff, conference attendees, and our social media fans and followers.

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