Management Team

Bader Al-Asfoor, Managing Director

Bader Al-Asfoor is the current Managing Director of the 360 Huntington Fund. The Managing Director is the highest position a student can achieve within the 360 Huntington Fund, and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Fund. Al-Asfoor previously held the role of sector manager for the Financial, Real Estate, Consumer Staples and Consumer Discretionary sector for the Fund. Al-Asfoor is a current student in the dual-degree MBA/MSF program at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Prior to joining the MBA/MSF program, he worked at a local bank in Kuwait. He received his bachelor’s degree from the American University of Kuwait with a dual-degree in Finance and Economics.

Sam Fulmer, Chief Operating Officer

Sam Fulmer is the current Chief Operating Officer for the 360 Huntington Fund. The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for any and all administrative work being done within the Fund including general oversight of marketing and risk. Fulmer previously held the role of analyst in the Healthcare and Information Technology sectors of the Fund. Fulmer is a current student in the MBA program at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. He is currently completing a one-year corporate residency at Wellington Management in the Multi-Asset Product Management group while taking classes in the evening. He received an undergraduate degree from St. Lawrence University.

Sam Potter, Chief Accounting Officer

Sam Potter is the current Chief Accounting Officer for the 360 Huntington Fund. The Chief Accounting Officer is responsible for any and all accounting activities within the Fund. Potter has been an active member of the Fund since September 2016. Potter is a current student in the MBA program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University, with a concentration in finance. Prior to joining the MBA program, he worked as the finance officer for a Massachusetts-based construction company. He received a B.A. in Philosophy from Gettysburg College.

Michael Zampitella, Chief of Research

Michael Zampitella is the current Chief of Research for the 360 Huntington Fund. The Chief of Research position oversees any and all research related material and activities for the Fund. Zampitella previously held the role of analyst in the Utilities, Industrials, and Energy sectors. He has been an active member of the Fund since January 2017. Zampitella is a current student in the dual-degree MBA/MSF program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University with a concentration in Investments. Prior to joining the MBA/MSF program, he worked in investment operations in the Greater Boston Area for four years. He received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Providence College.

Henrik Knudsen, Chief Risk Officer

Henrik Knudsen is the current Chief Risk Officer for the 360 Huntington Fund. The Chief Risk Officer is responsible for identifying and mitigating risk associated with current and potential investments within the portfolio. Knudsen previously held the role of Chief Information Officer for the Fund. Knudsen is a current student in the MBA program at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Prior to joining the MBA program, he was employed at Deloitte in a Management Information System Role in their Bermuda office. He received a B.Sc. in Informatics from Edinburgh University.

Younis Shuaib, Chief Marketing Officer

Younis Shuaib is the current Chief Marketing Officer for the 360 Huntington Fund. The Chief Marketing Officer is responsible for organizing all aspects of marketing on behalf of the Fund, including events, website updates, and publications. Shuaib has been an active member of the Fund since September 2017. Younis Shuaib is a current student in the MBA program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. He has most recently worked as an analyst and investment associate in the commercial real estate industry and is currently functioning as an independent marketing consultant for several tech-startups in the Middle East region. He received a B.Sc. in International Business from Northeastern University.

Vincent Barrera, Sector Manager Cluster #1

Vincent Barrera is the current Sector Manager for Consumer Staples, Consumer Discretionary, and Financials. As a Sector Manager, he is responsible for overseeing and offering guidance of any and all research activities related to the cluster and ensuring adherence to the research guidelines set by the Fund. Barrera has been an active member of the Fund since September 2017. Vicente Barrera is current student in the MBA program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Prior to the program, he worked in mutual Fund operations and accounting. He has also completed Level I of the CFA exam. He received his B.B.A. from Texas State University in Finance.

Robert Chamberlain, Sector Manger Cluster #2

Robert Chamberlain is the current Sector Manager for Energy, Industrials, Utilities, and Materials. As a Sector Manager, he is responsible for overseeing and offering guidance of any and all research activities related to the cluster and ensuring adherence to the research guidelines set by the Fund. Chamberlain has been an active member of the Fund since September 2017. Chamberlain is a current student in the MBA program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University, concentrating in finance. Prior to joining the MBA program, he was employed at IBM. He received a bachelor’s degree from Western New England University in Business.

Kaichen Jia, Sector Manger Cluster #3

Kaichen Jia is the current Sector Manager for Healthcare, IT and Telecommunication. As a Sector Manager, he is responsible for overseeing and offering guidance of any and all research activities related to the cluster and ensuring adherence to the research guidelines set by the Fund. Jia has been an active member of the Fund since September 2016. Jia is a current student in the dual-degree MBA/MSF program at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Prior to enrolling in the MBA/MSF program, he worked in the wealth management department at the Bank of China for two years. He received his bachelor’s degree in transportation engineering from a university in China.