University of Southern California

Marshall Voices

My wife Denise and I were in the "Death Zone" on Mt. Everest at 28,500 feet.
Today I will have the privilege of being installed as the inaugural holder of the Robert G. Kirby Chair in Behavioral Finance.
My daughters and I play a game called "Two Truths and a Lie."
As Chairman of Marshall Partners, I keep having the same experience over and over.
I believe in innovation--in business and community--in word and in deed.
Yes, they're born and yes, you can help mold them.
I grew up in Yerevn, Armenia, during the war with Azerbaijan.
I couldn't have done it without knowing that he was right behind me.
Army, successful career, then graduation.
In the fall of 1944, I walked into Florence Watt's office at USC to register for work-study.