Each of the Funds managed by Intercontinental is served by an Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is available to each Fund and Intercontinental to consult and advise on prospective investment opportunities and ongoing management strategies. The Advisory Board convenes regularly and is available to Intercontinental's senior management on an as-needed basis.
John Agenbroad brings over 30 years of experience as a trustee, board member, and executive chair to various pension boards and labor councils including National Pension Fund GCC/IBT, Inter Local Pension Fund of Teamsters, Cincinnati ALF-CIO Labor Council, and Dayton AFL-CIO. Mr. Agenbroad has been the Mayor of Springboro, Ohio for 15 years, and also serves as a member of the Springboro Planning Commission, Finance Committee, Legal Committee, and Strategic Planning Committee. Mayor Agenbroad is a retired Marine and a Purple Heart recipient who now serves as State Commander and State Finance Officer of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
For over 20 years Mr. Elliot served as the President of the Nevada AFL-CIO, representing 220,000 union members. Mr. Elliot has also served as the Treasurer and Business Manager for the Bartenders Local #165 as well as a trustee for the Nevada Contractors Association and the Operating Engineers Local #12 (Pasadena, CA). Mr. Elliot has worked closely with the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union, sitting on a board of 20 Vice Presidents who supervised over 60 local unions. Today, Mr. Elliot also runs a consulting firm that works with companies to create both health care and life insurance products to meet the particular needs of union members
Kevin P. Stringer
Mr. Stringer is the General Secretary Treasurer emeritus for the International Union of Elevator Construction (IUEC) and a retired member of IUEC Local 1, New York/New Jersey. Mr. Stringer's career in the elevator industry began in 1965. Currently, Mr. Stringer serves as a Union Plus Trustee for the AFL-CIO, an Advisory Board member for the Made In America Conference, and an Appointed IUEC liaison for the Global Conferences on Labor.
William W. Bain, Jr.
Mr. Bain is the founder of Bain & Company, a world-wide consulting firm; Bain Capital, a venture capital firm; and Bain, Willard Companies, a private equity firm.
Dr. Lou Moret
Dr. Moret brings over 30 years of experience in politics, administration and finance and has a diverse record of service on boards of for-profit and non-profit organizations. Dr. Moret served on the $230 Billion CalPERS Board of Administration, and has successfully completed the Directors Education and Certification Program at U.C.L.A. Prior to joining CalPERS, he was the longest serving appointed member in the history of the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension Board, where he gained a wealth of knowledge in the areas of finance and investment.
Mr. Nolan is a Senior Vice President for Eversource Energy, the largest energy delivery company in New England. Mr. Nolan serves on the boards of directors of the New England Council and Boston Children's Hospital Trust and is also active in the communications and government relations committees of the Edison Electric Institute.
Thomas P. O'Neill, III
Mr. O'Neill is the Chairman of O'Neill & Associates, a large government relations and public affairs firm. Mr. O'Neill is the former Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts and a member of the Board of Trustees of Boston College.
Warren A. Henderson
Mr. Henderson is the founder and managing partner of Mosaic, a global consulting firm that identifies high potential, emerging alternative asset management and securities brokerage organizations and works with them to gain institutional business. Mosaic serves institutional investors by bringing new, innovative alternative investment managers and high potential securities brokers into the marketplace that provide new capacity, and by working with institutional investors to help them access these types of organizations. Before Mosaic, Mr. Henderson spent eight years as a Senior Principal of State Street Global Advisors where he was head of the Public Funds, Taft-Hartley and Health Care marketing group.