- When: Monday, May 3, 2021
- Where: North Hills, North Hempstead, Garden City, Plandome
- Contact: Matt Rizzotti ’04 | 929-446-4470 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The 35th Annual Jim Kinnier Stanner Golf Classic is this coming Monday, May 3rd! Since 1987, the Classic has helped Molloy raise over $3 million benefiting amazing students through our scholarship program. This year's outing will be historic, as we have expanded to four private golf courses for the first time. The addition of a fourth course was due to popular demand, but also so Molloy can best comply with all health and safety guidelines and provide the safest experience possible.
If you are registered to play on Monday, we'll see you on the greens! If you aren't playing, you can still participate by placing a bid in our Online Auction or downloading our Digital Journal. You can also read more about our 2021 Co-Chairs, James Jordan '01 and Carissa Jordan '04, on this page.
If you have any questions about the outing, please contact Alumni Development Officer Matt Rizzotti ’04 using the information listed above. Thank you for your support of the 35th Annual Jim Kinnier Stanner Golf Classic.
Meet our 2021 Stanner Golf Classic Co-Chairs
James Jordan '01 is a Principal and Portfolio Manager at Taconic focused on North American Commercial Real Estate and Structured Credit. He is the Co-Portfolio Manager of Taconic’s Commercial Real Estate Dislocation Funds. James joined Taconic in September 2011 as an Associate and became a Director in January 2013. In January 2019, he was named a Principal. Prior to joining Taconic, James spent five years at Deutsche Asset Management, first as an associate for the Portfolio Risk and Investment Strategy Group, later as a fixed income portfolio manager, and finally as an ABS/CMBS trader/portfolio manager. Previously, he was an analyst for the Global Fixed Income Group at BlackRock Financial Management. James graduated Archbishop Molloy High School in 2001 and matriculated to NYU Stern School of Business where he received a B.S. in Finance and International Business in 2005.
Carissa Jordan '04 is Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Benjamin Talks, a media/content company focusing on all things family & finance. Hailing from Queens, NY, Carissa Jordan graduated in the first co-ed class of Archbishop Molloy in 2004. Carissa attended Hofstra University where she was a member of the Honors College and earned a B.B.A in Finance in 2008. In addition to a full course schedule, Carissa held internships at Ivy Asset Management, MF Global and Goldman Sachs throughout college. Upon graduation, Carissa joined Goldman Sachs in FICC on the High Yield credit trading desk. In 2013, Carissa departed Goldman to join J.P. Morgan Private Bank where she worked as an investor associate. Carissa is a member of the Cold Spring Harbor Labs Association Board where she Co-Chair the Education Committee.
James and Carissa reside in Lloyd Harbor, NY with their three young children.
James and Carissa have always maintained a strong connection with Molloy. “I always felt so proud to be a member of Molloy’s first coed class, and James and I both feel that Molloy truly shaped the adults we became,” said Carissa. “We both feel much more tied to Molloy than we do to our college alma maters. It’s the culture of Molloy, our relationships with our classmates and teachers, and the way Molloy always feels like a second home. We also believe the education at Molloy was and continues to be top notch. We’re honored to be involved as alumni because we can help make sure teenagers can enjoy the same opportunities we once did.”
Regarding their involvement with the Jim Kinnier Stanner Golf Classic, Carissa and James take great pride in supporting the event. “James has been involved in the golf outing for a number of years, and I’ve been really excited about being involved more recently, including being a member of the first alumnae foursome a few years back. We both realized at one point that this is the banner fundraiser for the school, and we’re really happy to be a part of it, to help raise money so kids can be afforded the same education we received. As alumni, volunteering in this way contributes to who we are, and it’s really exciting for James and I to be able to share that role as husband and wife and alumni.”