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Jerrold Mitchell has always had a fondness for alternatives. When he retired as a partner of Wellington Management Co. in 1995 after 26 years of managing equity portfolios, he decided to do something entirely different: attend divinity school.

Jerrold Mitchell has always had a fondness for alternatives. When he retired as a partner of Wellington Management Co. in 1995 after 26 years of managing equity portfolios, he decided to do something entirely different: attend divinity school. “When I retired,” he says, “I knew I would rather go to school

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