Michael Micciche has worked on Wall Street for 25 years. He began his career as an equity analyst at UBS Securities, and worked also at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. For the last 18 years, he has been a managing director at Wells Fargo Securities. Before beginning his career on Wall Street, Mr. Micciche was a photojournalist and senior editor for a yachting magazine, and a freelance columnist for the Connecticut Post. He is a graduate of the University of Albany, where he majored in Communications and played rugby. Mr Micciche is a graduate of the 2018 US Army War College National Security Seminar
Mr. Micciche has serves on the board of Catch-A-Lift – The Christopher Coffland Memorial Fund, where he is also Squad Leader working directly with post-9/11, combat-wounded veterans. He has been actively involved in other veterans’ charities since 2009, including Homes for Our Troops and the Achilles Track Club Wounded Warrior program. Other affiliations include a previous position on the board of The Athena Collaborative Group, which helps young women launch careers in Finance. He recently concluded a three-year term on the Diversity & Inclusion Council at Wells Fargo.
He enjoys all outdoor activities and is an avid reader of history. He lives in Pelham, NY, with his wife of 20 years, Valerie, and their two sons, Michael and William.