Deborah Newcomb recently retired from a successful career as a portfolio manager in New York. Her career included several small boutique firms on Wall Street, followed by ten years at Scudder Stevens & Clark, and thirty plus years as a Managing Director at US Trust/ Bank of America.
Deborah was born and raised in New England, and is a graduate of the University of Vermont. She is currently a resident of New York City, and lives on the Upper West Side with her husband, Jonathan. They raised two sons who went to school in New York and both reside and work in the city. Deborah has been involved in a number of community activities, and was an active member of the CitiKids board for a number of years. She was a member of several boards in buildings in which she was a resident, and President of the Board in the last co-op in which they lived. She has been involved in fundraising efforts for several local libraries where she continues to be involved.
Deborah has been involved in the Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation for the past two years, and was recently asked to join the board. Deborah’s interest in the Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation stems from her many years of dealing with peripheral neuropathy.