- Chief Investment Officer , Investments
Craig D. Crow joined Trinity University as its inaugural Director of Investments and in responsible for overseeing Trinity’s $1.2bn investment portfolio, aided by Trinity’s consultants and Investment Committee. Prior to joining Trinity, Craig worked at Rice Management Company where he was a generalist investment professional for Rice's $5.3bn endowment and responsible for research, analysis, and monitoring across an extensive range of asset classes and Rice's portfolio of investments. Previously, he was an Investment Associate in J.P. Morgan's Asset Management division, where he advised family offices on investment management decisions, including asset allocation, manager selection, and opportunistic investments. Prior to J.P. Morgan, he worked in Corporate Development for Miner Holding Co., a portfolio of privately held industrial service companies, where he led value-creation efforts through strategic investment pursuits.
Post-college, Craig started his career playing professional baseball in the Texas Rangers Organization and was drafted in the 11th round of the 2006 MLB First Year Player's Draft. He was an all‐conference pitcher for the Owls baseball team.
Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University, with dual majors in Economics and English