Furlan began her career at the Chicago Board of Trade as an advisory economist. In 1984, she moved to the New York Cotton Exchange where she held the position of vice president and chief economist. After fourteen years, Furlan took on the position of manager of product development at the New York Board of Trade. She continued on to hold similar positions at both OnExchange and The Clearing Corporation. When The Clearing Corporation was acquired by ICE in 2009, Furlan moved to ICE/ICE Trust while still maintaining her position as director of product development. (Information provided by June Furlan)
Furlan received a bachelor of arts in economics from Cornell University and a masters of administration in economics from Northwestern University.
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