A chartered financial analyst with an MBA from Atlanta’s Emory University, Adrienne Doobin is an accomplished businesswoman who is responsible for the development of two successful companies. Harvard Maintenance, Inc. is a national commercial building service provider and Harvard Protection Services, LLC is a commercial security guard company that Adrienne Doobin founded in the mid-1990s as an auxiliary service for the numerous buildings that Harvard Maintenance, Inc. beautifully maintains.
Prior to her involvement in the building service industry, Adrienne Doobin worked as a media and entertainment analyst for County Securities, a subsidiary of NatWest Investment Bank in New York City. In that role, she was responsible for coverage of more than a dozen media and entertainment companies. Before her employment with County Securities, Doobin served at Republic National Bank of New York. In her capacity as Director of Institutional Investments for County Securities, she invested both individual and institutional clients’ funds in portfolios comprised of approximately 10 to 12 mutual funds.
In addition to her degree from Emory University, Adrienne Doobin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, and also studied at the London School of Economics in England. During her graduate school years, she spent one summer as an intern for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Adrienne Doobin is a member of several professional organizations, including the New York Society of Security Analysts and the CFA Institute. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and gardening, as well as volunteering for various causes.