Mr. Brubaker is primarily responsible for providing strategic investment advice to help ensure clients meet their long‐term investment objectives and he also, serves on the Verus management committee, OCIO investment committee, and is a shareholder of the firm. For more than thirty years, Mr. Brubaker has served endowments and foundations, corporate and public pension funds, hospitals and insurance companies. He has worked closely with Boards of Directors, Investment Committees, executives and staff in developing asset allocation policy, implementing optimal portfolio structure across all asset classes, including alternatives, evaluating and recommending investment managers and providing topical investment research and education.
Prior to joining Verus in 2020, Mr. Brubaker was the Head of Wilshire’s OCIO Solutions Group. He was also a member of the Wilshire Board of Directors, the Wilshire Consulting Investment Committee and the Wilshire Manager Research Oversight Committee. He joined Wilshire in 1997, originally serving as an investment consultant to large corporate, endowment and public fund clients.
Prior to joining Wilshire, he worked at Westinghouse Electric Corporation, where he was responsible for over $9 billion in defined benefit, defined contribution, and foundation assets. He also worked in the Investment Management and Trust Division of PNC Financial. While at PNC, he led the OCIO business for their large client segment.
He earned a bachelor of arts (BA) in economics from Yale University and holds a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from Carnegie Mellon University. Mr. Brubaker earned a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is active in the CFA Society of Pittsburgh.