GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE:GBL) announced today that Jennifer L. Schlueter has joined the firm as Chief Communications Officer. Effective immediately, she will oversee investor relations and
GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE:GBL) announced today that Jennifer L. Schlueter has joined the firm as Chief Communications Officer. Effective immediately, she will oversee investor relations and external communications, with a focus on social media, the Gabelli ESG Fund, convertible portfolio capabilities and the closed end fund group.
“We are delighted to have an individual with Jennifer’s depth and breadth of experience join us and boost our external communications efforts and enhance the visibility of our investment teams. In this newly created position Jennifer will be an excellent addition to our team,” said Mario Gabelli, Chairman.
Ms. Schlueter has over 25 years of global experience in corporate communications and investor relations with NYSE-listed companies including Gartner Inc. and Overseas Shipholding Group. Most recently, Ms. Schlueter was the Director of Corporate Communications at CFA Institute for Asia Pacific in Hong Kong. Previously, she was the Financial Communications Practice Head for Kreab Gavin Anderson and the Director, Corporate Communications at Clearwater Capital Partners, a multi-strategy private equity firm. She is an honors graduate from Portland State University with a B.S. in Finance.
About GAMCO Investors, Inc.
GAMCO Investors, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manages open-end funds and closed-end funds (Gabelli Funds, LLC) and private advisory accounts (GAMCO Asset Management Inc.).
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