K. Tucker Andersen is a retired portfolio manager and security analyst and the sole proprietor of the consulting firm Above All Advisors, LLC. He previously was co-Managing Partner and Chief Investment Strategist for Cumberland Associates.
He also currently serves as chairman of Artificial Cell Technologies, a biotechnology-nanotechnology venture stage firm. He is on the boards of the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (headed by Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith), the Cato Institute, GOPAC, the Questech Corporation, the Foundation for the Advancement of Monetary Education, and the Warren, CT Congregational Church.
While retired from his position as vice-president of the board of the Phillips Exeter Academy, he still serves as a member of Exeter’s investment committee, which he formerly chaired, and is the recipient of Exeter’s Founder’s Day Award.
He received his B.A. in Quantitative Studies from Wesleyan University and is the recipient of Wesleyan’s Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Tucker is also a long distance runner who is the co-holder of the record for consecutive years completing the New York City Marathon (1976 to date). He regularly contributes book and movie reviews to Amazon.com and is currently ranked approximately number 400 among their reviewers. He and his wife Karen have been married since 1963 and have two adult daughters, Heather and Kristen.more » « less