Cindy Griffin, CIPM

Head of Responsible Investing

As Head of the Responsible Investing team, Cindy leads Bridgeway’s efforts to balance innovation and risk in its suite of investment solutions and to address how Bridgeway aligns with ESG principles from a firm and investment perspective. Cindy chairs two cross-functional committees critical to Bridgeway clients’ success: Portfolio Innovation and Risk and Responsible Investing. Cindy also contributes to Bridgeway’s institutional client service and marketing activities and as a relationship manager for institutional clients and sub-advisory relationships. Before joining Bridgeway in 2011, she worked in marketing and sales positions at VALIC (now AIG Retirement Services), WestLB Asset Management, and other financial services companies. Cindy was also the Director of US Markets for a leading software provider to the financial services industry. 

Cindy earned both her MBA and her BA at the University of Houston. She is a CIPM® Certificant, FSA Credential-holder, and holds FINRA Series 6 and 63 licenses. She was a co-founder of Houston PetSet, an umbrella organization dedicated to making a difference by providing grants to animal welfare organizations in the Greater Houston area. Cindy has also volunteered with and currently serves on the advisory council for The Women’s Resource of Greater Houston, one of Houston’s leading organizations helping women and girls acquire essential financial knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to make sound decisions and improve their lives. 

Matthew Duncan, CIPM

Matthew Duncan

Director of Performance and Risk

Matthew joined Bridgeway in 2019 and is responsible for performance and risk attribution, as well as data analytics. Prior to joining Bridgeway, Matthew spent five years at Invesco, where he worked in both client services and performance measurement, before spending the next four years in marketing operations at Dimensional Fund Advisors.

Matthew earned a BA in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and earned the right to use the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement designation in 2018.