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As a member of the Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs in New York City, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa focuses on wealth management for individual clients. He leads a team that trades, allocates, and manages an asset portfolio worth approximately $4 billion, and his success in this role has earned the notice of top company executives. Chosen by the Chief Operating Officer of the company's U.S. Private Wealth Management Division to head a major workstream analysis, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa has led the project to successful completion.
Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa comes to his role with a proven history of high-level performance. As a student at Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, Maryland, he completed nine Advanced Placement (AP) examinations and achieved a score of 1440 on the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT). Active in extracurricular pursuits as well, he competed at the national level in speech and debate. He also achieved first place ranking as a singles and doubles tennis player and participated in the Model Organization of American States.
After receiving his high school diploma, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, a national leader in business education. Focusing on finance and real estate, he pursued a summer position at Goldman Sachs as a rising senior. The position included a number of pre-professional responsibilities in which he exceeded expectations. After the completion of the position's term, he received an offer to join the company full time on completion of his degree.
Now in his fourth year at Goldman Sachs, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa combines his professional responsibilities with active community service. He regularly volunteers with New York Cares, where he teaches within the Sophomore Skills program. Targeting 10th grade students who are at risk in New York City high schools, the program provides support in core academic areas. In his role as an instructor, he focuses on algebra, geometry, and other mathematics topics.