The Boehly Center for Excellence Welcomes Morgan Lang Hutter

The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is pleased to welcome the newest member of our team, Morgan Lang Hutter, as Associate Director for Strategic Engagement. In her newly created position, Morgan will work to enhance and expand the Boehly Center's strategic engagement with some of our most important external constituencies, our alumni and those who employ them. In this effort, Morgan will partner with the Cohen Career Center, employers, and alumni industry leaders to match our talented students with challenging and rewarding career opportunities in finance and the financial services industry. Morgan will work closely with the rest of the Boehly Center leadership team, including Rita Murphy, our Associate Director for Academic Engagement.

Morgan earned a BA in psychology with a minor in sociology from William & Mary in 2006. She was a member of the women's lacrosse team and Pi Beta Phi. Subsequently she earned an MS in Sport Leadership from VCU. Morgan's career has centered around event production, relationship cultivation, development and volunteer engagement with various organizations. Most recently, she served as Director of Alumni Affairs at William & Mary Law School for the past three years. In this role, Morgan was responsible for alumni engagement and was an active member on the University's Career Collaborative Committee which created platforms to connect students with stakeholders, industry professionals, corporate partners and alumni across the United States. Prior to returning to work for her alma mater, Morgan served as Executive Director of the Hampton Roads Sports Commission, driving economic impact to Hampton Roads through sporting events, and spent time working with the United States Golf Association (USGA).

"There is no greater pleasure than returning to William & Mary to connect the next generation of students with industry professionals, many of whom are colleagues and friends," said Morgan. "This is just one of the many ways in which our alumni can and do pay it forward through the large and growing Tribe network."

"We are absolutely delighted that Morgan has joined us," said Jim Haltiner and Carl Tack, co-Directors of the Boehly Center. "Having Morgan on board and focused on strategic engagement will help us to ensure that our current and future students are truly career-ready and to connect them with world-class employment opportunities in the rapidly changing finance and financial services industry."

Morgan and her husband, Ian, reside in Richmond, Virginia. Ian served 12 years in the U.S. Navy and is currently in the Navy Reserves out of the Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He just completed his second year in William & Mary's joint JD/MBA program.

Morgan may be reached by phone (757-221-2000) or email ([[m|morgan.hutter]]).

About the Boehly Center:

The Boehly Center provides experiential learning and leadership opportunities for William & Mary students exploring and pursuing careers in finance. Our support is not limited to Mason School students, but extends to any student across campus with an interest in finance. From financial training sessions to career exploration and networking opportunities, the Boehly Center works to cultivate students' interest in finance and to provide them with an insider's glimpse into the industry. Our programs expose William & Mary students to the competitive and demanding landscape of the modern finance world and help to prepare them for the challenging and rewarding career opportunities in this fast changing industry. Founded in 2014, the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance was established by a generous gift from Todd (BBA '96) and Katie (BA '95) Boehly. Thanks to an additional investment in 2017-2018 from Matthew B. Siano, Esq. '96 and Kristin C. Siano, Alice Davison (P'16), and Greg (BBA '03) and Rebecca Shenkman, the Boehly Center was able to launch a new initiative to hire additional staff and elevate the employment outcomes of students interested in the field of finance.