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In this episode, ABPA committee member Isaac Serwanga '13 interviews John Rogers '80, Founder and Chairman of Ariel Investments, the largest minority-run mutual fund firm in the United States. Recognized as one of the world's 99 greatest investors, John shares inspiring stories and lessons from his influences including hall of fame college basketball coach Pete Carril and legendary former Atlanta mayor Maynard Jackson. John also gives practical advice to young professionals, sharing how they can continue to grow in the midst of adversity. 
In this episode, real estate notable Jim Simmons '88 is interviewed by Jaiye Falusi '12 covering topics on his early Princeton mentors, the nuances of real state, the importance of leadership and much more. Jim Simmons is a Partner and Senior Advisor in the Ares Real Estate Group, where he focuses on U.S. real estate equity. Prior to joining Ares in 2013, Mr. Simmons was a Partner at AREA Property Partners. Mr. Simmons holds a B.S. from Princeton University in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, an M.S. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Systems Engineering, and an M.M. from the Northwestern University J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management in Finance and Marketing.
Tonya Chisolm Miles BSE ’82, Wharton MBA '87 and Aria Miles BSE ’14, Harvard MPP '18 enjoy each other in this conversation as they reflect on their time at Princeton and beyond. 
In this episode of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni Princeton Podcast, Isaac Serwanga P'13 interviews Steve Mills P'81. Steve shares insights from his own personal and professional journey from Roosevelt, NY to Princeton University to becoming one of the highest ranking sports executives in the country.
The Association of Black Princeton Alumni launches its first podcast! Tune in as we connect and reflect with Princeton alumni monthly and deep dive into the personal journeys of alumni from all different classes and industries. 
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