James V. O'Donnell
James V. O'Donnell is Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Olin School of Business. "Professor O'Donnell worked at the St. Louis office of Goldman, Sachs, & Co. for 13 years. His duties included the coverage of both institutional fixed income accounts and high net worth individuals. In 1988 he left Goldman, Sachs to join William H.T. Bush in forming Bush-O'Donnell & Co., Inc., an insurance holding company with interests in insurance, money management, investment banking and manufacturing. Professor O'Donnell serves as President and CEO of Bush-O'Donnell & Co. and is a board member of various privately held companies. He is active in many programs at Washington University. He is a 1989 recipient of the University's Distinguished Alumni Award, a 1997 recipient of the Olin School's Distinguished Business Alumni Award, and completed a four-year term on the University's Board of Trustees in 2000."
"O'Donnell, who received both a bachelor's and a master's degree in business administration in 1974, is president of Bush-O'Donnell & Co. Inc., a St. Louis-based firm specializing in funds management and merchant banking, which he formed in 1988 with William Bush. A University trustee, O'Donnell also is on the University's National Council, was on the Dean Search Committee, and has been president of the Alumni Association."