Hunter Street Partners, a Minneapolis-based alternative investment management firm, has hired Marie Pillai to the firm as a senior advisor. Pillai most recently served as General Mills’ vice president, chief investment officer and treasurer before retiring in 2019.
“We’re excited to have a proven leader of Marie’s caliber join our firm as Senior Advisor, and we look forward to her input and insights as we continue to build a leading alternative investment management firm,” said Neal Johnson, CEO and CIO of Hunter Street. “Her expertise in overseeing institutional portfolios will complement the ongoing guidance we receive from the existing members of our Senior Advisor team, particularly as we continue to build out our portfolio and team to deliver differentiated investment exposures to LPs.”
Pillai serves on non-profit investment boards including the University of Minnesota, Catholic Community Foundation, the Bush Foundation, and the Archdiocese of Minneapolis & St Paul.