The Eagle Fund

The Eagle Fund is a student-managed investment fund that was created by the generous $100,000 donation by the late Klare Sunderland. Through of series of one-credit courses linked to the Eagle Fund, students from a range disciplines develop the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful portfolio manager for the Eagle Fund and to build the foundation for a successful career in financial services. Crucial skills and knowledge developed in the sequence include an understanding of risk and return, diversification, investment strategies, fiduciary responsibility, a long-term focus, including the importance of process over short-term outcomes, and working effectively in a team.

Meet the Senior Portfolio Management Team

    • Nickolas Hurst '20 Photo
    • Nickolas Hurst '20
    • POE: Finance
    • second level of portfolio management classes
    • member of the National Society of Leadership and Success
    • part-time bartender at Troegs Independent Brewing Co.
    • skateboarder, weightlifter, and craft beer enthusiast
    • "The Eagle Fund has helped me develop an understanding for portfolio management and diversification, how to evaluate a company from various qualitative and quantitative characteristics, as well as numerous financial and economic skills that will be useful for long-term financial success."
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    • Emma Kelley '20
    • POE: Finance
    • fourth level of portfolio management classes
    • interned at SEI Investments in the Investment Management Unit
    • worked at Bernardo Wealth Planning
    • enjoys reading, practicing yoga, and spending time with friends and family
    • "I attribute my financial analytical skills, leadership skills, and understanding of the broader market to the work I have done as a part of the Eagle Fund Team," says Emma. "Being a manager of the Fund has been by far the most influential experience in my academic career."
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    • Johnny King '20
    • POE: Finance with a Secondary Emphasis in Communication
    • second level of portfolio management classes
    • worked as a head accountant at Rebel’s Construction in York Springs, Pa.
    • interned with State Farm as a Property and Casualty Insurance Agent in Dillsburg, Pa.
    • soccer player, hiker, weightlifter, and nutrition enthusiast
    • "My financial and analytical skills, and understanding of the markets, is largely due to my work as part of the Eagle Fund Team. The experience has given me insight that will lead to future success in the finance industry."
    • Spencer Korman '20 Photo
    • Spencer Korman '20
    • POE: Financial Economics with a Secondary Emphasis in Mathematics
    • fourth level of portfolio management classes
    • interned with Northwestern Mutual as a Financial Representative
    • externed with Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management
    • member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Tau Pi Phi National Business Honorary
    • piano and saxaphone player, calligrapher, swing dancer
    • "The Eagle Fund has taught me the equal importance of both a firm's quantitative and qualitative characteristics, the cognitive biases to overcome to make better-informed investing decisions, and the events which are most likely to cause market movement."
    • Wyatt Page '20 Photo
    • Wyatt Page '20
    • POE: Finance
    • fourth level of portfolio management classes
    • interned at Sparked Innovations where he was a Finance and Accounting Intern
    • extern at Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management
    • enjoys playing soccer, working out, spending time with family and friends, travel, and seeking personal growth
    • "I believe my analytical abilities stem from my experiences in the Eagle Fund courses, and attributes my knowledge of portfolio management and the finance world as a whole."
    • Kaitlyn Prisco '20 Photo
    • Kaitlyn Prisco '20
    • POE: Finance
    • second level of portfolio management classes
    • interned with Red Lion Controls as a finance and accounting intern in York, Pa.
    • working at the Log Cabin Restaurant as a reservation specialist in Leola, Pa.
    • enjoys lacrosse, bowling, meeting new people, and spending time with friends and family
    • "My experience with the Eagle Fund has complimented my academic career, benefiting and improving my analysis, leadership, and ability to think quickly."
    • Matt Schaeffer '20 Photo
    • Matt Schaeffer '20
    • POE: Financial Economics
    • third level of portfolio management classes
    • interned with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in York, Pa.
    • interned with Roseville Wealth Management Group in York, Pa.
    • formerly worked as a lifeguard
    • enjoys volleyball, health and fitness, spending time with friends and family, and reading
    • "Through my experience with the Eagle Fund, I have learned how to effectively analyze investments, and have gained a long-term investing philosophy that will translate to success in the future."
    • Hudson Speck '20 Photo
    • Hudson Speck '20
    • POE: Accounting with a Secondary Emphasis in Information Technology
    • third level of portfolio management classes
    • interned at Kish Bank in Huntingdon, Pa.
    • was a finance intern at Sheetz, Inc. in Claysburg, Pa.
    • played both football and golf at Juniata College, is a member of the Business Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees
    • enjoys watching and playing sports, working out, reading self-development books, travel, and community involvement
    • "My experience with the Eagle Fund has given me a strong understanding of companies worth investing in, and I am excited to build a diverse portfolio of my own."
    • Daniel Voronov '19 Photo
    • Daniel Voronov '19
    • POE: Economics
    • second level of portfolio management classes
    • worked at Vector Marketing as an Assistant Branch Manager at the third largest branch in the world
    • interned for Hammacher Schlemmer as a Digital Marketer
    • working at the Log Cabin Restaurant as a reservation specialist in Leola, Pa.
    • enjoys lacrosse, bowling, meeting new people, and spending time with friends and family
    • "I attribute my improving analytical skills, creative and resourceful thinking, and understanding of the market to my participation in the Eagle Fund Team."

Eagle Fund Oversight

Juniata College Professor Dr. Bradley Andrew

Bradley Andrew

Professor of Economics and International Studies

Phone: (814) 641-3378
Email:  andrew@juniata.edu

Office: Brumbaugh Academic Center C205D
Bradley's Biography