Douglas D. Haynes


Doug Haynes is the former President of Point72 Asset Management, L.P. Prior to joining Point72, Mr. Haynes was a Director at McKinsey & Company. Before joining McKinsey in 1992, Mr. Haynes worked for the Central Intelligence Agency and then GE’s advanced materials business, which is now part of Sabic International.  Mr. Haynes is currently on the Boards of ChainIQ, a European logistics outsourcing provider and FRISQ, a health care information services provider.

Mr. Haynes earned a BS summa cum laude in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University, where he was a member of Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma, the engineering honor societies. He earned his MBA at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate Business School, where he was a Shermet Scholar.

Mr. Haynes is an active community member, dedicating a significant portion of his efforts to supporting Veterans’ initiatives. In addition to serving on the Board of the Robin Hood Foundation, Mr. Haynes helped launch its Veterans Advisory Board that raised over $12 million to support the increase in veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and also works with New York-based companies to create more job opportunities for veterans. Mr. Haynes is a founding Board member of Cohen Veteran’s Network, a not-for-profit that provides mental health services to veterans and their families and Cohen Veteran’s Bioscience, a not-for-profit that funds and directs neurological research on PTSD and TBI.  Mr. Haynes serves on the Board of the Center for Global Enterprise and previously served on the Corporate Advisory Board of the Darden Graduate School of Business, the Board of the Canterbury School, and SingTel’s Technology Advisory Board.