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At the time of his departure, he was the longest tenured manager in Major League Baseball. Scioscia is one of five managers in MLB history to guide the same franchise for at least 19 straight seasons and just the fourth since 1975 (Bobby Cox, Sparky Anderson, Tommy Lasorda). Scioscia’s 1,650 wins ranks 18th all-time among managers and are second most all-time by a manager with one team, trailing only Walter Alston.
During his tenure with the Angels, Scioscia guided the team to six consecutive winning seasons (2004-09) for the first time in the club’s history. He led the Angels to seven playoff appearances, captured six American League West titles, won an American League pennant and led the Angels to the franchise’s first World Series title in 2002. Prior to his tenure, the Angels won a total of three division titles in the previous 42 seasons. He is a 2-time BBWAA A.L. Manager of the Year (2002 & 2009) and finished second in voting in both 2007 and 2014.
As a player, Scioscia was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1st round of the 1976 draft. He made his major league debut in 1980 and went on to play 12 years for the Dodgers. Scioscia was a key player on the Dodgers’ 1981 and 1988 World Series champion teams. In 1990, Scioscia became the first Dodgers catcher to start in an All-Star Game since Hall of Fame-er Roy Campanella.
Mark serves as a principal spokesman for Russell Investments investment process and frequently speaks to clients, industry conferences and the media. He is a frequent guest on television and radio networks such as CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and Bloomberg Radio. Mark is responsible for the quarterly Investment Manager Outlook and represents the investment division on the Board of Directors for the Russell Investment Company.
Mark holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Pacific Lutheran University. He is a CFA® Charterholder and a member of the Seattle Chapter of Financial Analysts.
Ed previously served as Senior Vice President and Head of Platform Technology for Fidelity Institutional where he managed the development and operations of platform technologies supporting RIA broker-dealers and family office clients of Fidelity’s clearing and custody businesses. Ed led his team to be granted two patents for the innovative technology design used to launch WealthCentral®, Fidelity’s platform technology.
Ed’s previous experience includes an array of areas. Outside of his Fidelity career, Ed launched AdvisorTech, a business that successfully introduced a technology platform for financial advisors in Japan, South Korea, and Germany. In addition, he has served as president and board member for the Providence Society of Financial Analysts.
Ed received a bachelor’s degree from Stonehill College in 1986 and an MBA from Bentley College in 1991.
Tina graduated with honors from New York University with a M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology, where she taught Integrated Marketing and Leadership in the Graduate Program. She also earned a B.S. in Business Management, magna cum laude, from Fairleigh Dickinson University and holds a Series 65 license. Tina is a member of the Financial Planning Association and an industry judge for the T3 Advisor Student Competition and WealthManagement.com Industry Awards.