Charlene Butterfield joined Standard & Poor�s in 2003 as an Associate in Non-Profit Public Finance Ratings, and is now a Director. Charlene is responsible for ratings in the not-for-profit health care and higher education sectors. Areas of analytical expertise include medical malpractice insurance management and derivatives analysis.Before joining Standard & Poor�s, Charlene worked as an investment banking associate at Quick & Reilly, coordinating transactions in education, industrial development, and health care. Prior to her tenure in investment banking, Charlene worked as a graduate intern in business development at Time Inc. and DoubleClick, and was an English teacher before going to business school.Charlene holds a Master of Business Administration in finance and management from NYU Stern School of Business, a Master of Arts in English from University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College.
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