Mary Childs is a 2008-2009 Watson Fellow and 2015 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Honoree. She lives in Richmond, Virginia with her partner, Scott Lane. Her Watson project was dedicated to painting portraits around the world, some of which are shown here. She is currently working on a book about Pimco, Bill Gross, the evolution of the bond market and the rise of the asset management industry, for Macmillan. Previously she was a correspondent for the Financial Times writing about hedge funds, private equity, and art. Before that she spent six years at Bloomberg News, where she broke the story of the JPMorgan London Whale, had a story featured on the Daily Show, and revealed the story behind bond king Bill Gross's departure from the firm he founded. She also drew this bear. She has won two SABEW "Best in Business" awards, and was a finalist for the Gerald Loeb award.
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