Craig A. Drill is the Managing Member of the General Partner and has been the sole Portfolio Manager of Craig Drill Capital, L.P. since inception in 1988. From 1973 through 1987, Mr. Drill was employed by The First Boston Corporation as Vice President of the Equity Department, National Research Coordinator, and a senior member of the firm's Investment Policy Committee. From 1969 to 1973, Mr. Drill was employed by Burnham and Company as National Institutional Sales Manager and a Corporate Vice President, and he served on the firm's Investment Policy, Buying, Pricing and Marketing Committees. Mr. Drill received his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1969 and BA from Princeton University in 1964. He served as an officer in the United States Navy from 1964-1967.
Ronald G. Miterko, CFA is a Member of the General Partner and Director of Research. Prior to joining Craig Drill Capital in 2004, he was Head of Equities for People’s Bank in Connecticut. Mr. Miterko received his BA in Economics from Connecticut College.
Jason J. Martin is a Member of the General Partner and Head of Trading. Prior to joining Craig Drill Capital in 2005, he was an institutional sales trader at Pulse Trading, an agency trading firm based in New York City. Mr. Martin received his BA in Finance from Fairfield University.
On Wall Street, Dr. Albert Wojnilower is particularly well known for his interest rate forecasts which, though often outliers when they are made, generally turn out to be correct. From 1951 to 1962 he was at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he became chief of the Domestic Research Division. After a short stint at Citibank, he served for 22 years, until 1986, as chief economist of Credit Suisse First Boston. He earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University, has been an Adjunct Professor at NYU, and a director of the American Finance Association. For well over fifty years, Dr. Wojnilower has been an economist active in the New York financial community. He has published many essays dealing with faults in the financial structure. His 1980 article in the Brookings Papers -- The Central Role of Credit Crunches in Recent Financial History -- popularized that subject in academic discourse.
Roger Kubarych is an International Adviser to Craig Drill Capital. In this capacity, he advises management and fund investors on investment strategy and risk assessment. From February 2010-February 2013, he served as the national intelligence manager for economic issues in the Office of National Intelligence and as the national intelligence officer for economic issues at the National Intelligence Council. In these capacities, he led the Intelligence Community’s efforts to integrate collection and analysis of economic and financial current and prospective developments of significance for US National Security. He also served as the principal link between the Intelligence Community and the White House, Executive Branch departments and agencies, and the intelligence committees of the US Congress. He was awarded the National Intelligence Superior Service Medal for his accomplishments by General James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence.
Eileen H. Alpert has been our administrator since 2000. Mrs. Alpert received an M.S. in Quantitative Analysis from NYU Graduate School of Business, and a BCE in Civil Engineering from the Cooper Union.