Duncan has held senior leadership positions across multiple industries, including retail, advertising, technology, manufacturing, and finance. He began his career as an officer in the U.S. Army, spent ten years as a hedge fund CFO in New York and most recently was the CEO of the United States Polo Association.
An avid amateur polo player and active volunteer, Duncan has served on several committees of the USPA, including chairing the Interscholastic and Intercollegiate Committee for five years. He has served on the board of the New York Hedge Fund Chapter of the Financial Executives Alliance, the Sound Practices Committee for the Alternative Investment Management Association, and was a founding member of the Children’s Cancer Research Fund of New York Medical College. He also served on the board of Friends of Karen, a children’s charity in metro New York and is currently a volunteer mentor with the SCORE program of Aiken.
Duncan received a BS from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Louisville. He grew up riding, driving, and showing Morgans and Saddlebreds in the northeast before turning to polo at Cornell. Duncan and his wife, Erica, a USEF licensed official and accomplished equestrian, moved to Aiken in 2017 and enjoy their new life here.