Diversity and Inclusion: What’s in it for Me?
October 19, 2020 | 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. ET
Welcome with Herman Brodie:
Join us live as Herman Brodie examines the hurdles of progressing from a behavioral perspective. He will demonstrate how greater career success is the reward for individuals who see diversity and inclusion as a skill to be learned. This session focuses on one behavioral concept that crucially shapes those interpersonal exchanges: the stereotype. All of us use stereotypes, but Herman will explore how/why they are formed and how they can be changed.
Our panelists Laura Gregg, Kate Healy, and Amy Webber will evaluate diversity in the workplace. Learn how addressing diversity within your organization can make a positive impact with client discussions, investing strategies and overall success.
Founding Director, Prospecta Limited
Herman Brodie is a specialist in behavioral economics, an accomplished speaker, and a trainer of decision-makers. Brodie is the author of The Trust Mandate: The behavioral science behind how asset managers REALLY win and keep clients (2018, Harriman House). He also co-wrote and teaches the professional investment course, A Practical History of Financial Markets.
Senior Vice President, Director of Client Development
Laura Gregg is Director of Client Development within the distribution arm of Northern Trust Asset Management. She is responsible for growing Northern Trust’s presence in the intermediary market. She does this by nurturing industry relationships across channels and providing her distribution partners with sales intelligence, competitive analysis, and by managing lead generation programs to help grow relationships and revenue. Laura has more than 25 years of relationship management and marketing communications experience, and has worked in the asset management industry for two decades. She has expertise in a broad range of investment products and has worked with financial professionals and financial institutions throughout her career. Laura joined Northern Trust in 2008 and has previously worked for Claymore Securities (now Guggenheim Funds) and Deutsche Asset Management. She graduated from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN and holds FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses.
Managing Director, Generation Next, TD Ameritrade Institutional
Kate Healy is the managing director for Generation Next at TD Ameritrade Institutional. In this role, she is responsible for the helping solve the talent crisis confronting the industry by opening the RIA career path to fresh faces – including new graduates, career changes, military veterans, and other groups that aren’t traditionally represented in the financial advice field. In this crucial role to industry sustainability, Healy promotes diversity and inclusion initiatives to bring more women and underrepresented minorities into the profession. The goal isn’t just to increase diversity – but to equip RIAs with a rich talent pool to grow strong for the long term.
Healy joined TD Ameritrade in 2008, most recently serving as a director of marketing responsible for promoting the firm’s technology and investment products offerings, as well as supporting the firm’s advocacy and client loyalty efforts. Prior to joining the firm, Kate served as vice president of IRA product strategy at Merrill Lynch. She has spent more than 20 years in a variety of roles supporting the program development and marketing of financial and estate planning services in the financial planning industry.
Healy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Rutgers College and has completed the Securities Industry Institute program, sponsored by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) at the Wharton School of Business.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Investment Research, Inc.
Amy Webber is President and Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. and serves as a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Council. With over 25 years of experience, Webber’s accomplishments include the launch of a virtual office technology platform that is evolving into a comprehensive online business environment with robust mobile access, the introduction of one of the first independent broker-dealer social media options for advisors, the integration of continuous improvement throughout home office processes, and a ‘Be the Hero’ initiative focused on service excellence and empowerment among associates. Driven to continually refine the independent broker-dealer model to best support the future needs of financial professionals and their investing clients, she guides innovative programs such as the Cambridge Source outsourcing program and Cambridge’s New Century Council – a unique group of Next Gen advisors who provide insight on what advisors will need from their independent broker-dealer partner, and the industry, to continue serving their clients into the future.
Webber inspires and leads the New Century Council to think futuristically, assess research, and approach resolutions differently to target success in years to come. Having embraced compliance and operations early in her career, she holds the FINRA Series 6, 24, 62, 63, and 99 licenses. She was selected as a member of the IA 25 by Investment Advisor magazine in 2019, 2018, 2017, 2014, and 2012. Webber also served as Chair for the FSI Board of Directors in 2016 and was a member of the task force who planned the FSI Forum: Post DOL in the fall of 2016.
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