Defining success as a woman in investment banking is more than just titles and salaries


I am a Black woman in her 30s who is a wife, mom of three girls and president of the nation’s largest minority-owned investment bank – which is also one of the largest privately-held investment banks in the nation.  

In so many ways, I am an anomaly. 

To reach the professional height at which I am, I took the path of many of my peers. I attained an undergraduate degree, interned, went to graduate school, forged relationships and worked hard.

It is the not-so-obvious personal moments and decisions I’ve made, however, that have really contributed to the fabric of who I am and who I will be. 

Faith and family first

I’ve chosen to prioritize my faith and family above all. 

I begin…


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