Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Recognizes 15 Women Professionals At First MAKERS Conference

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management has recognized 15 outstanding women professionals, many of whom recently attended the first MAKERS conference that brought together women leaders across multiple fields.

“At Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, we are fortunate to have many highly accomplished women professionals working as financial advisors and in other key roles. Our affiliation with MAKERS gives us an opportunity to recognize these women and also to showcase the attractive career opportunities wealth management provides for women with talent and drive,” said Gregory Fleming, President, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.

Nominations were solicited from across the wealth management organization, and a panel of senior managers selected the 15 women to be recognized initially as part of the MAKERS initiative. They are:

Financial Advisors and Associates
Patty Collie, Fayetteville, NC
Cindy Corbett, Durham, NC
Mary Deatherage, Private Wealth Advisor, Little Falls, NJ
Gail Massey, Private Wealth Management Associate, New York, NY
Taryn Sievers, Oakland, CA
Helen Timpe, Newport Beach, CA
Susan Wolford, Beverly Hills, CA
Nadine Wong, Private Wealth Advisor, New York, NY

Senior Management
Grace Bale, Chief Operating Officer, Client Advisory Center
Lisa Cregan, Mid Atlantic Regional Director
Sara Furber, Chief Operating Officer, Wealth Management
Lisa Golia, Chief Administrative Officer, Field Management
Caroline Gundeck, Head of Client Development Group
Carla Harris, Vice Chairman, Wealth Management
Shelley O’Connor, Head of Field Management

A number of these individuals attended the MAKERS conference February 10-12 in California, where they engaged with a wide spectrum of women leaders to discuss issues of gender equality and professional advancement for women. Speakers included Gloria Steinem, writer and feminist; Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook; Martha Stewart, Founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia; Geena Davis, actress and Founder of Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; Cady Coleman, NASA astronaut; and Gabrielle Giffords, former U.S. Representative.

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