Managing Director & Partner, HighTower Twickenham
How I become a finan
cial adviser: I needed a job that 1) was geographically transferrable because my husband’s job is prone to relocation; 2) was flexible because we planned to grow our family; 3) involved helping others; and 4) engaged my gifts, stimulated my mind and helped me grow as a person. Why this job is perfect for working moms: My clients appreciate that I’m a mom. They expect me to go to my children’s soccer practice yet trust that their wealth is being managed with excellence, though it often means answering emails in the middle of the night.
Essential money advice: Prioritize meeting with an expert and putting a financial plan in place. I had a working mother in my office just two months ago who has gotten more done in that time than some of my clients get done in years.
With Andrew, Lily, 8, Mary Cabell, 6, and Ware, 4