Donna Winston '85 and Gregory Ferrero '84 have both earned promotions
recently at Goldman Sachs.
Winston is the global head of equities and FICC human capital management
(HCM). She joined the firm in 1987 in the fixed-income division, where she
spent 14 years in sales and trading. Winston moved to HCM in 2000 as a recruiter.
From 2001 to 2004, she served in various equities and FICC divisional
recruiting leadership roles. In 2004, she became the Americas head of equities
and FICC HCM. In 2005, Winston was named the group's global co-head. She was
named a managing director in 2006. Winston earned her St. Lawrence degree in
fine arts and
is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. She has been active as an alumna, serving
on the Alumni Executive Council and as a fund-raising volunteer. Winston is a
member of the Board of Trustees of The Nature Conservancy's Mashomack Preserve
on Shelter Island.
Ferrero manages the Florida and Latin American private wealth management
businesses. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1990 as an investment professional in
the New York office, managing portfolios for a select group of individuals
and families for 17 years before relocating to Miami. He became a managing
director in 2006. Ferrero is on the board of the Pear Tree Point School
Foundation in Darien, CT, and is on St. Lawrence's Alumni Executive Council
and national major gifts committee. He earned his St. Lawrence degree in
chemistry, a bachelor's degree
chemical engineering from Columbia University and the MBA from Harvard
Posted: January 18, 2007