Chief Strategy Officer, Luum
Hugh Sullivan is chief strategy office at Luum. Prior to his current position, Hugh was a senior advisor at Morgan Stanley in Chicago. He joined Morgan Stanley in London in November 2010 with over 30 years of experience in investment banking and manufacturing. His work on transactions involving Italian companies has included IRI’s 1986 sale of Alpha Romeo to Fiat, GM’s 2000 purchase of a 20% interest in Fiat and Chrysler’s 2011 $7.5 billion financing to repay U.S. government loans.
Hugh is the Chairman Emeritus of the mHUB Board of Directors. He also serves on the board of directors for World Business Chicago and the board of advisors for the Yale School of Management. In addition, Hugh chairs the board of advisors for Yale University’s International Center for Finance. Hugh earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering at The University of Michigan in 1980 and an MPPM at the Yale School of Management in 1982.