Angie Long Kansas City Current

Angie Long


Angie is a trailblazer in the world of credit-related asset management, having dedicated her entire career to portfolio management and trading.  She spent more than a decade working on Wall Street and was named Managing Director of JPMorgan Chase & Co. at age 29.  She held many senior roles, including Deputy Head of North America Credit Trading, before moving to Palmer Square Capital Management where she serves as Chief Investment Officer and leads all investment-related activities.

An advocate for equal opportunities for women no matter what field or industry, Angie’s determination and vision was critical in securing an expansion franchise for Kansas City.  Her commitment to the vision is one of many ways in which Angie proudly supports women, opening more doors for generations to come behind her. She was recognized for her work by being named to the Women's International Champions Cup Best XI and The Business Journal's Bizwomen 100. Angie serves on the Board of Directors of Union Station as well as the KC 2026 World Cup Board. She has been recognized for her work being named to the 2022 Women's International Champions Cup Best XI, 2022 Sports Business Journal Power Player, 2023 Business Journal's Bizwomen 100, University of Missouri - Kansas City's 2023 Entrepreneur of the Year and Ingram's 2023 class of WeKC - Women Executives Kansas City. In November, Angie was inducted into the Junior Achievement of Greater Kansas City Business Hall of Fame. 

Angie is a Kansas City native who grew up playing many sports at a high level, including soccer where she excelled as a goalie.  At Princeton University, Angie played rugby and was a member of two National Championship Teams, earning recognition as Co-Captain and Co-Coach her senior year. She was selected as an All-American in 1997. Angie obtained an Economics degree from Princeton.

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