Bruce Shaw is the Executive Director of The Denny Center for Democratic Capitalism. Prior to joining Georgetown Law, Mr. Shaw served as Managing Director at FCLTGlobal, a not-for-profit that develops research and tools that encourage long-term investing and business decision-making.
Mr. Shaw began his career as a consultant with McKinsey & Company, where he focused on strategy and organization work for energy, transportation, and technology clients. He joined Dallas-based Holly Corporation in 1997 and initially served the company in a number of business development roles.
In 2008, Bruce was named SVP and Chief Financial Officer for Holly’s two public companies (Holly Corporation and Holly Energy Partners); from 2012 to 2016, he served as President of Holly Energy Partners (NYSE: HEP) and as a senior advisor to Holly Energy’s parent company, HollyFrontier (NYSE: HFC).
Mr. Shaw serves on several non-profit boards including The Institute on Religion & Public Life (publisher of First Things magazine), The International Arts Movement in NYC (founded by Makoto Fujimura), and The Covenant School Foundation Board.
Mr. Shaw received his MBA at The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M. He completed an ALI Fellowship at Harvard in 2018 where his research focused on the foundations and future of capitalism.