James Stoner ’05 is a graduate of UW as well as receiving his Masters in Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin.
James is an energetic guy who seems to get a lot done in many pursuits. Following his studies in Texas, James was an associate with PwC in New York City. James is credentialed as a CPA and a CFA.
After another six years working in the middle office of Tremblant Capital, James left NYC and returned to the Seattle area. He currently serves as the CFO of the Archon Capital Management. James also does a lot of good deeds. For the past 7 years he has been a driving force for the non-profit “Construction for Change” which many of you are familiar with. This deserving non-profit was the recipient of the money from a 4503 major project in its early days. Construction for Change builds schools, medical facilities and other critical infrastructure where they are needed most. Many of their projects have been schools in Africa.
For the past 8 years James has also been on the Executive Committee of a mentoring organization, Minds Matter. We’re fortunate that he has also taken on the organizing and leadership role for the mentoring program for 4503 undergrads. James will share his story of the mentoring – myths and realities. It’s a different world out there, and our fraternity is doing more to prepare undergrads to enter with confidence into this changed world.
During the July luncheon, James reviewed the fledgling mentor program being offered to the members of the active chapter. You are encouraged to become a mentor in this programming. You’ll find it quite rewarding and an enjoyable way to re-connect with your fraternity.
Thank you to James Stoner ’05 for leading the mentor program efforts for 4503. If you would like to volunteer to assist James, contact him @ firstname.lastname@example.org