As the SVP for Strategic Finance at Public Media Group, Aaron is responsible for managing mergers and acquisitions, PMG Capital, and financial strategy for all projects related to expanding Public Media Group’s partnerships, services, and impact.
Prior to joining PMG, Marsh spent ten years working for two multi-billion-dollar investment funds. At Duquesne Capital, Marsh was a Vice President in the Global Credit and Private Equity team, focusing on a range of investing strategies including private equity, value and event-driven public equity, distressed debt, and capital structure arbitrage across a variety of sectors including retail/consumer, coal/mining, automotive, chemicals, financials, infrastructure, media, transportation, real estate, and travel. Prior to Duquesne, Marsh was a senior analyst in the global credit group at Amaranth Advisors.
After Duquesne, Marsh transitioned into education. Over the last three years as the Dean of Students at St. Paul’s School, Marsh focused on building a highly effective team to create an environment to prepare students to behave as ethical citizens in a diverse and changing global community. Prior to his role as the Dean of Students, Marsh taught in the mathematics department, during which time he developed a three-term elective sequence for Investment Mathematics.
Marsh has been an Investment Committee member for New Hampshire’s Endowment for Health, a member of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Entrepreneurs Fund, and a member of the Finance Advisory Counsel for the VCU School of Business.
Marsh graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in both mathematics and economics.