Article: “People First” Drives Cycles of Mentorship in Duke Financial Economics Center

By the time he was a junior, Brian Zorb ’09 knew he wanted to pursue a career in finance that diverged from the investment banking and sales and trading paths many of his peers were taking. An internship experience at a brokerage firm in his hometown sparked his interest in investment decision-making. “I was much more focused on asset management/investment management jobs and being outside of New York City, and that was pretty unique,” he said. Continue reading on the Economics Department website.