Frank Ahimaz joined The Museum of Modern Art in mid-2008 as the chief investment officer after spending more than 15 years on Wall Street. Prior to joining MoMA, Mr. Ahimaz was a director and worked at Citigroup covering the retail and consumer sectors. In his role there, he executed numerous transactions for private equity and hedge fund clients. Prior to working at Citigroup, Mr. Ahimaz was one of three founding partners at Dover Management, an alternative investment fund. He has also worked at Chemical Venture Partners, Merrill Lynch Global Private Equity, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley in both private equity and investment banking. While on Wall Street, Mr. Ahimaz executed numerous transactions including the sale of Pathmark to A&P, the sale of Wild Oats to Whole Foods, the purchase of Saks's NDSG unit for Bon-Ton Stores and the purchase of Monet Jewelry with Richard Rainwater and Ray Chambers. He earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.