Alice Gould led the Private Investments team at DUMAC, Inc., a professionally staffed investment office controlled by Duke University that manages over $18 billion of endowment and other Duke-related assets.
Alice joined DUMAC in 2004 and grew the private portfolio from $2 billion to over $9 billion of commitments to private equity and real assets investment partnerships and co-investments. Her responsibilities included the evaluation, selection, and monitoring of venture capital, leveraged buyout, credit, real estate, energy, and natural resources investments. She guided the construction of a well-diversified portfolio and expanded its reach geographically to include both developed and emerging international markets. She also served on the advisory boards of over 20 private equity and real assets partnerships in the U.S. and abroad.
Prior to joining DUMAC, Alice was a management consultant assisting senior executives in the technology, pharmaceutical, media, and financial industries with strategic initiatives. She also worked for ten years at IBM where she managed product development, marketing, and business planning.
Alice received a B.S. in Engineering from Duke University (magna cum laude) and an MBA from The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University (Fuqua Scholar).