Alumni Association Announces 2007 National Board President
Alumnus who won the title of "Greek Man of the Year" is the new president.
Written by Chad Elrod
Christopher S. Loveless has been named president of the 2007 National Board of the Texas Tech Alumni Association. He has served in various capacities on the National Board of Directors since 2000.
Loveless graduated from Texas Tech University in 1993 with a B.A. in advertising. While at Texas Tech he was a sprinter on the track team his freshman year, was elected Student Government President and was active with Sigma Phi Epsilon and InterFraternityCouncil. His senior year he was the “Student Leader of the Year” and the “Greek Man of the Year.” He gave the commencement address to the August 2002 Texas Tech University graduates.
Loveless is managing director/principal, head of Third Party Distribution of Bear Stearns Asset Management. He joined their team in 2001 as part of a lift out from O’Shaughnessy Capital Management. He is responsible for BSAM’s third party distribution business, which includes all sub-advisory and separate account platforms. At O’Shaughnessy Capital Management he was a vice president and national sales manager for Mutual Funds and Separate Accounts. He served on the investment committee as well as establishing partnerships with the Royal Bank of Canada, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and UBS. He represented O’Shaughnessy Capital Management as a guest on CNBC and CNNfn.
From 1994 to 1997, he was a marketing manager specializing in retirement plans for Merrill Lynch & Co. He joined Merrill Lynch as a member of the Junior Executive Training program, the oldest management training program on Wall Street. His rotation included time with Merrill Lynch Asset Management, Business Financial Services, Structured Products Group and Capital Markets.
He and his wife Stacy (Class of 1992) live in Greenwich, Conn., with their four daughters.