Sue Allon is an entrepreneur who sold her most recent company, Allonhill, in 2013. She sold Murrayhill in 2004. Both companies managed risk on mortgage backed securities. Allonhill reached 750 employees and $62 million in annual revenues by the time it was sold in its fifth year of operation. Sue has guest lectured many times at CC and Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, as well as at other colleges and universities and business organizations. Her expertise is in mortgage securitizations and start-up companies. This fall’s class will be her first as a visiting faculty member.
Sue earned her BA in economics at Colorado College. She holds a masters degree in accountancy from the University of Denver, and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.
Sue is a member of the board of trustees for Colorado College, Tuck and National Jewish Health. She sits on a number of other philanthropic boards, including the Jewish Community Center in Denver, and the Crestmoor Community Association. She has worked with Denver Public Schools in many capacities to improve Denver’s public education. She plays recreational tennis excessively throughout the year. She and her husband, Harvey have an eighteen-year old daughter, Natalie, who will be attending Michigan in the fall of 2016.
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