John C. Rudolf is president of Glacier Peak Capital. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and attended the Columbia University graduate school under the Herbert Lehman Doctoral Fellowship. In 1974, John began his investment career in New York City and joined Oppenheimer & Co. in 1975. He founded Summit Capital Partners, a value-oriented private investment fund, in 1984 and in 1988 moved to Seattle as partner in charge of Oppenheimer’s Pacific Northwest operations. In 1996 John founded Summit Capital, an independent investment advisory firm managing individual accounts and the Summit Capital Partners Fund. In 2012 he sold his interest in Summit Capital and founded Glacier Peak Capital to focus on managing Glacier Peak U.S. Value Fund and Glacier Peak Global Value Fund (originally called Summit Capital Partners).