Howling Wolf is a leading educational institution dedicated to empowering people to manage their financial and investment affairs. We design curricula in collaboration with US and international experts and provide easy access to objective and practical knowledge, insights and proven techniques through cloud technology.

Our Pack

John Lohr, President and Founder

A 30-year Wall Street veteran, John is widely regarded as an expert on Fiduciary Responsibility and Investment Management.  He is considered to be one of the founders of the investment management separate accounts industry and has been awarded the Money Management Institute’s prestigious Pioneer Award for having helped build the foundations on which the industry was established.  He has authored 14 books, including 2010′s iconoclastic Somebody Else’s Money. John and his wife of 42 years, Martha, live on a ranch in Wyoming.

Christine Byrnes, General Manager

Ms. Byrnes has 25 years experience in the financial services industry, specifically in management, operations and administration.  She joined Tremont Capital Management in 2004 as Chief Administrative Officer.  Ms. Byrnes was responsible for the day-to-day oversight of Tremont’s business operations with particular focus on optimizing technology and operations across the organization.  Prior to Tremont, Ms. Byrnes worked for E.F. Hutton, Shearson Lehman Brothers and Smith Barney for over ten years, responsible for many aspects of marketing, administration and product and business development.

Ms. Byrnes holds an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies from theUniversityofRochesterand a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bi-lingual Education fromSan DiegoStateUniversity.  In addition, she received a certificate in Information Brokering from theUniversityofCaliforniaat Berkeley Mentor Program.

Ian Lohr, Senior Curriculum Designer

A fifteen-year veteran of the financial industry, Ian Lohr is the author or co-author of seven books, including Securities Fraud in the Digital EconomyWall Street’s Bull and Now To Bear ItThe Fiduciary Sale, Investing As A Fiduciary, and Somebody Else’s Money. He is also editor in chief of Lost Pulp Classics, a small publisher. His first novel, Sargasso Junction, was published in 2010. He is a graduate of High Point University. A native of Ohio, he currently lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

Erin Geller, Junior Editor

Erin Geller has been involved with Howling Wolf, since it’s inception. A former employee of Lockwood Advisors, a managed account advisory firm, Mrs. Geller has been involved in the financial industry since 1997. After completing her education she moved west to pursue a lifelong dream of working with horses, and returned a fully qualified equine professional, before returning to the financial industry. Now an invaluable member of our Learning Network team, Mrs. Geller lives in Orlando Florida.