Anthony Paulsey is a young professional currently pursuing a career in the areas of Finance and Business Administration.
Education & Academic Background
Sonoma State University
Anthony Paulsey is a recent graduate of Sonoma State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Paulsey accomplished this feat while maintaining a 3.5 GPA and achieving Dean’s List designation. For his academic efforts, he was also inducted into the Tau Sigma Honor Society. Actively involved in student organizations and campus culture, Paulsey enjoyed networking with his peers while participating in extracurricular activities. During his time at Sonoma State, he was an active member in Sigma Alpha Pi (National Society of Leadership and Success) and the Sonoma State University Finance Club. Paulsey also stood as Senior Portfolio Manager for the Student Managed Investment Fund.
Diablo Valley College
Prior to pursuing his Bachelor’s in Business Administration at Sonoma State, Anthony Paulsey studied at Diablo Valley College. This experience earned Paulsey his Associate’s degrees in Business Administration and Economics. While he enjoyed his time at Diablo Valley, the young professional was eager to achieve a more well-rounded grasp in his area of focus. As a result, Paulsey decided to apply to Sonoma State following the completion of his Associate’s degrees. Continuing on to pursue his Bachelor’s felt like the next step in solidifying the foundation of his career in the Business world.
Sonoma State Student Managed Investment Fund
While completing his Bachelor’s degree at Sonoma State, Anthony Paulsey gained critical introductory experience in the way of Finance. While working as the Senior Portfolio Manager for the Student Managed Investment Fund, Paulsey fine-tuned what has become the focus of his now budding career. Though this role, he worked under the direct supervision of a financial advisor from Morgan Stanley. As Senior Portfolio Manager (a role which Paulsey was elevated to after demonstrating solid responsibility and accountability), Paulsey took a hands-on approach to the team’s review and analysis of market positions within the portfolio, key current events as well as market trends and conditions. On the road ahead, he looks forward to gaining more experience in the financial services side of Business Administration.