Gary D. Lemon
Economics and Management
Professor of economics and management
Personal investments, Wall Street, Mutual funds, Income taxes, Social Security
Gary Lemon is writing a book with the working title of "Beat Wall Street: Two Rules Wall Street Doesn't Want to Follow." The book is scheduled for publication in 2016. Lemon also serves as chair of the Investments Committee at Lincoln Variable Insurance Product Trust, a Fortune 250 company that is a subsidiary of Lincoln Life and oversees a $90 billion portfolio. It is unusual for a college professor to hold that kind of position with a large company.
Lemon is a past director of The Robert C. McDermond Center for Management & Entrepreneurship at DePauw University as well as past director of the Management Fellows Program, an honors program at DePauw for students planning to work in the profit and nonprofit sectors. In addition, he is a member of the board of directors of the Redevelopment Commission and the Greencastle/Putnam County Development Center.He is a former internal auditor for General Electric.