Carter Boyle, a Duke University alumnus and Duke Blue Devils aficionado, is eager to share his interests and everything he has learned from his academic experiences.
Carter Boyle attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. He impressed both educators and peers alike with his accomplishments, eventually graduating cum laude.
Carter Boyle then did his undergraduate studies at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. During his summers at Duke, he kept himself busy by studying at the London School of Economics, as well as working in the public sector for Koch Industries in Washington, D.C. For his remarkable academic achievements, he was elected into the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta honor societies. He also graduated summa cum laude.
For a number of years after graduation, work and travel became chief priorities for Carter Boyle. Duke would call him back, however, and he would eventually take up a master’s degree in management at the university’s Fuqua School of Business. His hard work earned him the position of class president, and the Dean’s Leadership Award.
Carter Boyle – Today
Today, Carter Boyle works for Sintra Capital, a private equity firm in Greenwich, Connecticut.
To Carter Boyle, his Duke University years were among the best of his life. They were in part responsible for his devotion to the school’s Blue Devils men’s basketball team, which has produced some of the sport’s most notable stars, including Jason Williams, J.J. Redick, and 2019’s National College Player of the Year, Zion Williamson. As an avid sports fan, Carter Boyle also closely follows the exploits of other sports teams and athletes, including the Ohio State Buckeyes, New England Patriots, Cleveland Indians, and Roger Federer. In addition, he enjoys discussing his favorite sports events, such as the NCAA March Madness, among others.
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