Welcome to Our Guest Speaker Series
Extraordinary women in the wealth and asset management industry sharing their stories.
Women In Wealth Management; proudly introduce the Guest Speaker Series, a series that will bring recognized and accomplished individuals from the wealth and asset management industry to speak freely and informally about their journey and experiences. This forum allows our guests to educate, offer guidance and advice, in a career path that may seem unclear at times. Our speakers will prove to spark conversation and provide informative information to help support those considering a career in the wealth and asset management industry.
Our Next Guest Speaker:
Our Next Guest Speaker
To Be Announced
Our Most Recent Speakers:
~Jocelyn D. Wright, MBA, CFP®, RICP®, founder and managing partner of Ascension Wealth Management, LLC, shares her invaluable insights and experiences in achieving the CFP® designation and other valuable information when it comes to licensing and certification in wealth and asset management in the Financial Services industry. Questions most frequently asked about the CFP® exam and certification are answered in this webinar recording.
~recorded presentation from December 3, 2019~
~recorded presentation from September 30, 2019~
~Robyn Pollack, Gender Diversity/Inclusion Consultant, Speaker and Attorney, of Trellis Consulting, LLC spoke on “Building Your Brand and Positioning Yourself for Long-Term Success”
What is a personal brand and how do you build it? Learn how authenticity and professionalism are key to how you are perceived within your company as you enter the workforce and externally in the industry. Then, dig deep and uncover how your vision, passion and values are integral components to who you are and how you can best communicate those ideals to the people around you. Finally, understand why it all matters and how to leverage your brand to create your own personal success.
~recorded presentation from June 26, 2019~
~recorded presentation from March 8, 2019~
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