Todd B. Richter has had a 30+ year career in the healthcare financial field; a career that has flourished and discovered numerous accolades across its span. That career was built humbly upon an education at the College of William & Mary, a historic public research institute of higher learning in Williamsburg, Virginia. Richter graduated in William & Mary’s Class of 1979, earning a degree in finance. And while the education was superior at this Virginia school, it’s Richter’s extra-curricular activities that he speaks of most highly.
Todd Richter attributes much of his successes, including their foundation, to his time on the college’s golf team. There, he said, he learned valuable lessons under legendary coach Joe Agee, who was an emeritus professor of kinesiology. Said Richter about Agee and the competitive edge that he gained under his tutelage, “Being able to focus under pressure, or, as Coach Agee used to tell us, ‘set your priorities,’ is key. Athletics helps you hone your competitive instincts beyond just the intellectual experiences you get in the classroom.”
Richter earned a world-class education at William & Mary before continuing his studies at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. He graduated from the latter with his Masters of Business Administration in 1981, serving in the financial field since that time.