Former Portfolio Manager, Fidelity Investments
Doug Lober spent over 20 years as a portfolio manager, research director, and equity analyst at Fidelity Investments in Boston. Previously, he was an assistant professor at Duke University’s Schools of the Environment and Business where he taught master’s students and directed the Center for Business and the Environment. He is most proud of serving as a fisheries extension officer with the U.S. Peace Corps in Kenya, East Africa, helping subsistence farmers raise tilapia, as well as for his work on rainforest protection in Costa Rica.
Doug has a BA, masters, and doctorate from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia University. He serves on several boards including at Zoo New England, the New England Aquarium, and the Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.
Doug enjoys hiking, pilates, soccer, skiing, and traveling. He adores his four grown children and golden retriever Winston. He lives in Massachusetts but has family from the Sierras and has done family reunions at South Lake Tahoe for many years. He is very excited to join his DCI colleagues and the Stanford community. He also hopes he finally gets to stay at Stanford Sierra Camp on Fallen Leaf Lake.