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Bodhi Research Group welcomes Shannon Beaudry Kaneshige as Operations Jedi

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Bodhi Research Group welcomes Shannon Beaudry Kaneshige as Operations Jedi, where she will be responsible for operations, document infrastructure, and client services.

Shannon Beaudry Kaneshige comes to Bodhi Research Group with 15 years of experience in cultural institutions, nonprofits, small businesses, and start-ups. Most recently Ms. Kaneshige consulted with environmental, charitable, and social justice organizations in Honolulu, Hawaii, assisting them with the creation of internal policy, business plans and program evaluations. Ms. Kaneshige has a Masters in Sociology.

"Shannon's background in sociology gives her a unique understanding of institutions and culture. Her work experience includes a considerable amount of professional writing and governance review within organizations," stated CEO, Dr. Ranjan Bhaduri. "Bodhi Research Group is about quality, integrity, and service. Ms. Kaneshige's work will uphold those characteristics, and she will contribute to the firm's success."

Bodhi Research Group is an independent, conflict-free firm that is fully focused on research and education in the alternative investments arena. Bodhi Research Group compliments the internal teams of Pensions, Endowments, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Foundations, Family Offices, and Financial Institutions that are investing in alternatives.

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