Yelin Wen joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as an investment analyst in February 2016. She works with existing and prospective investment managers. She also performs quantitative analysis on private funds to facilitate secondary transactions, and prepares investment and analytic materials.
Previously, Wen was a vice president with the J.P. Morgan Asia NY Investor team. In this role she executed brokerage trades, developed investment ideas and recommendations, and explored private equity opportunities for investors. She also served as a credit default swap broker with Cantor Fitzgerald, a sales and product manager with Intercontinental Exchange, and a credit trader with J.P. Morgan.
Wen earned BA degrees in both economics and mathematics from the University of Virginia, and received the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in September 2011.
Wen lives in New York City with her husband and daughter and enjoys golf and travel.