Toby Moskowitz graduated from Westside in 1989. He has won numerous awards for his academic research, including the prestigious Fischer Black Prize awarded biennially to the top scholar in Finance in the world under the age of 40. His work has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Financial Times, US News and World Report, Money Magazine, and other print media. His television appearances include CNBC’s Closing Bell and Squawk Box, CNN, FOX, Bloomberg, and HBO’s Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel. His work was cited in a 2005 speech by former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. In 20011, he wrote the New York Times best-seller Scorecasting: The Hidden Influences Behind How Sports are Played and Games are Won. He also co-authored a children’s book, The Rookie Bookie, in the Fall of 2015. Dr. Moskowitz received a B.S. in industrial management/industrial engineering from Purdue University in 1993, an M.S. from Purdue in 1994, and a Ph.D. in Finance from UCLA in 1998. While at WLHS, he was the captain of the tennis team and a member of National Honor Society.