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Ed Lewis 

- joined CIGNA Corporation in March of 1987 and has thirty-one years of investment management experience within the financial services industry, including twenty-one years with CIGNA.  He is currently responsible for investments in all mezzanine and equity buyout funds, direct and co-investment deals, and represents CIGNA on 24 different fund advisory boards.  Previously, Ed had management responsibility for an investment unit focusing on manufacturing, financial institutions, media/telecommunications, transportation, integrated oil & gas, and service company transactions.  Prior to joining CIGNA, Ed held various lending and management positions with Continental Illinois National Bank of Chicago (now known as Bank of America), including being selected by senior management for a two-year assignment as a manager in the Bank's credit training program.  During this assignment, Ed co-led an advanced credit analysis workshop in Singapore for experienced credit analysts located in the Pacific Rim.  Ed is a mezzanine advisory panel member of Atlantic Conferences, Inc. and a frequent speaker at industry conferences.  His educational background includes a B.S. degree in Accounting and Economics from Fordham University and an MBA in Finance and Money & Financial Markets from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business.  Ed is on the board of several non-profit organizations including, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art and Cedar Hill Cemetery.  He is the immediate past Chairman of both the Corporate Board of Connecticut Children's Medical Center and the Board of Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation.   He is an investor and advisory board member of Ironbridge Mezzanine Fund, L.P., an SBIC Fund focused on providing investment capital to minority and women-owned companies in the New England and Mid-Atlantic states.  Ed currently chairs GSOFCT's investment committee, and is a resident of Hartford.

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