Managing Director Goldman, Sachs & Company – New York, New York
Connie Duckworth Managing Director Goldman, Sachs & Co. New York, New York Connie Duckworth is a Managing Director of Goldman Sachs & Company in New York. She is also Chairman of the Board (and was the guiding force in the founding) of MuniGroup.com, now a separate business entity, which was an effort spearheaded by Goldman Sachs to bring greater efficiency, transparency, and liquidity to the $1.5 trillion municipal bond market. Prior to being named a Managing Director, Ms. Duckworth was co-head of the Municipal Bond Department at Goldman Sachs where she oversaw the public finance, underwriting, sales and trading efforts. Additionally, she had responsibility for setting the firm’s internet strategy as it relates to the municipal space. Prior to that, she was co-head of the Chicago Office and was Fixed Income Regional Sales Manager. During her 19-year tenure at Goldman Sachs, Ms. Duckworth has served on the Compensation, Recruiting, Technology, Diversity, and Contribution Committees of the firm, among others. In addition to her work at Goldman Sachs, Ms. Duckworth serves on the Wharton School Advisory Board, the University of Texas at Austin CBA Foundation Advisory Council, the University of Michigan Business School Advisory Board, and the Board of Evanston Northwestern Healthcare in Chicago. Additionally, Ms. Duckworth sits on the Board of the Committee of 200, the professional organization of preeminent businesswomen, and in 1997 was named to Working Mother magazine’s first annual list of the 25 Most Influential Mothers in America. Ms. Duckworth received an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A. from the University of Texas.