Eric Nierenberg

board member, alternatives program, Hydro-Québec Pension Fund and adjunct professor of finance, Brandeis University

Eric Nierenberg serves as an adjunct professor of finance at Brandeis International Business School in Waltham, Massachusetts, where he teaches graduate level courses in options and derivatives, and behavioral finance. He received the 2013 “Excellence in Teaching Award” at Brandeis. Eric previously served on the board of trustees of The Sage School as well as the Worcester Regional Airport Commission, and volunteers time through Harvard Business School Community Action Partners.

Eric was recognized as an Institutional Investor “Most Wanted Allocator” in both 2018 and 2019 and was named to CIO Magazine’s “Forty Under 40” list of investment professionals in 2014. Institutional Investor awarded Eric with its “Hedge Fund Plan of the Year” distinction in 2016.

Eric received his Ph.D in business economics from Harvard University, and earned an M.A degree in economics from Harvard. Eric graduated from Harvard with an A.B degree in economics, magna cum laude, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.