Joe Moglia: Chair, TD Ameritrade

The chairman of TD Ameritrade, the world’s largest online brokerage firm, Joe Moglia holds a BA in economics from Fordham University. Prior to joining TD in 2008, Moglia was a vice president at Merrill Lynch. Before his venture into the financial world, Moglia earned a master’s degree in secondary education and was a football coach for 16 years, a career culminating as the defensive coordinator at Dartmouth College, during which time the team won two Ivy League championships. Moglia has published books on both coaching football and sound investing. He serves on the board of directors of AXA Financial, Creighton University, and the National Italian American Foundation, an organization that honored him in 2005 for his professional accomplishments.

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