Randolph Nordby
Graduate Director of Real Estate and Finance Programs, American University’s Kogod School of Business

Biography

Randolph Nordby is the Graduate Director of Real Estate and Finance Programs at American University’s Kogod School of Business, the Executive-in-Residence at American University, and an Advanced Expert Consultant at Commodity Futures and Trading Commissions. Randy is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and has worked as an investment portfolio manager and valuation expert at many firms, including Morgan Stanley, Calvert Investments, BB&T, Sol Capital, and Wachovia. Randy was recently part of the first 150 global candidates to complete the Fundamentals of Sustainability Analysis (FSA) designation, which attempts to quantify the link between material sustainability information and a company’s financial performance.

Randy holds an MSF from American University, an MBA from Shenandoah University, an MA in Economics from George Mason University, and a BA in Political Science from Virginia Tech. Randy has earned the right to use the CFA and FSA designations.