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investment advisor

Norman Lawrence Barnett, American investment advisor. Achievements include development of growth of income portfolio management framework. Recipient Founders Day award, New York University, 1961. Director Big Brothers of Boston, 1976—1978, Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, 1985—1988; member committee on resources Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1978—1982; Member of Harvard Business School Association of Oregon (board directors), Harvard.

Background

Barnett, Norman Lawrence was born on March 16, 1935 in New York City. Son of Herman Ben and Goldie Ann (Feiner) Barnett.

Education

Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1961. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1963. Doctor of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1967.

Career

Research fellow Harvard Business School, Boston, 1966-1967. President Market Structure Studies, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1967-1969, Venture Research & Capital Corporation, Newton, Massachusetts, 1969-1971. Vice president White, Weld & Company, Boston, 1972-1979.

Vice president, manager Cowen Investors Management Services, Boston, 1979-1983. Founder Norman L. Barnett & Company, Inc., McMinnville, Oregon, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of growth of income portfolio management framework.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles public to professional journals.

Membership

Director Big Brothers of Boston, 1976—1978, Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, 1985—1988. Member committee on resources Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1978—1982. Member of Harvard Business School Association of Oregon (board directors), Harvard.

Connections

Children: Jonathan David, Amy Elizabeth, Samuel Hamilton, Jedidiah William, Daniel Mattathias.

father:
Herman Ben Barnett

mother:
Goldie Ann (Feiner) Barnett

children:
Jonathan David Barnett

Amy Elizabeth Barnett

Samuel Hamilton Barnett

Jedidiah William Barnett

Daniel Mattathias Barnett