Editor and Co-Founder
The Corporate Library
Nell Minow was named one of the 30 most influential investors of 2002 by Smart Money magazine and, in 2003 was dubbed "the queen of good corporate governance" by Business Week online. Prior to co-founding The Corporate Library, Ms. Minow was a Principal of Lens, a $100 million investment firm that took positions in underperforming companies and used shareholder activism to increase their value. Her other professional experience includes serving as a Principal of Lens Investment Management, as President of Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc., and as an attorney at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Department of Justice. She has authored over 200 articles and co-authored three books on corporate governance.