Cintra Pollack is an investment and foundation manager in Denver, Colorado. She’s run a single-family office called Race Street Management since 2009. She is the Secretary and Treasurer for the Singer Family Foundation.
Before founding Race Street Management, Cintra worked as a research analyst for Granite Point Capital, a long-short equity fund in Boston, Massachusetts. She has also worked in the UW Technology Transfer office, as web consultant for the website Epilepsy.com and as a browse developer and editor for Amazon.com.
Cintra is very active on a volunteer basis and currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Davidson College, on the board of the Jewish Funders Network, and she holds an executive board position at JEWISHcolorado. She has also advised the 826 Digital project of 826 National, a children’s writing and literacy nonprofit. Before that, she held a board position with SVP Boston and the Shunpike Arts Collective.
Her honors and degrees include being a Wexner Heritage Fellow. At the University of Washington, where she pursued an MBA, she received a WRF Gates Fellowship and a Dempsey merit scholarship. At Davidson College, she was a Cornwell Scholar and earned high honors in her field, English literature.