Cheif Investment Officer of the New York State's Common Retirement Fund
Vicki Fuller is Chief Investment Officer for the New York State’s Common Retirement Fund. As of December 31, 2017, the estimated value of the Fund was $209.1 billion. Under the direction of State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, Fuller is responsible for developing and implementing investment strategies to ensure that the Fund remains one of the best-funded and best managed public pension plans in the country.
The Fund holds assets in trust for more than one million employees and retirees from state and local authorities. Previously Fuller was with Alliance Bernstein for nearly 30 years, most recently as a Managing Director.
Fuller has been named one of the most powerful African Americans on Wall Street by Black Enterprise. She has also received special recognition from Financial Women’s Association – Woman of the Year Award in 2014, National Association of Securities Professionals – New York Chapter – Wall Street Hall of Fame the SEO Reginald F. Lewis Achievement Award, Chief Investment Officer Magazine’s “Power 100”, and NAAVP – 2016 Dr. James E. Allen Award.
Vicki is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Investor Advisory Committee on Financial Markets and serves on the CFA Institute’s Diversity & Inclusion Best Practices steering committee.
She earned her MBA from the University of Chicago and her BSBA from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Vicki is a Certified Public Accountant.