Women, Wealth, and Well-Being with Liz Koehler (McIntire '03)
From Mandi Crisp on September 13th, 2019
Women are projected to own $72T of total global private wealth by 2020. They are the breadwinners or co-breadwinners in the majority of homes, and at some point in their lifetimes, most will be solely responsible for their finances. However, many women tend not to see themselves as investors and 43% of women haven’t started saving for retirement. In this webinar, McIntire alumna, Liz Koehler, discusses the key steps you can take to help maximize your wealth and well-being as well as how to look beyond the newspaper headlines when investing. Learn how to get organized, get invested, and move closer to achieving your goals.
Elizabeth Koehler, CFA, McIntire '03, has been in the financial services industry for over 16 years and currently heads BlackRock’s Advisor Insights team, which develops and delivers educational programs focused on practice management, portfolio construction, and financial market insights for financial advisers and investors. Previously, Liz led business strategy for BlackRock’s Multi-Asset Solutions and portfolio construction platforms, responsible for product management, business development, and brand building. She also led U.S. Retail Product Marketing, overseeing content development for BlackRock's open-end mutual funds, separately managed accounts, alternative investments, and 529 solutions. Liz lives in Robbinsville, NJ with her husband and two sons. Outside of work, Liz serves on the board of Arm in Arm, a nonprofit that helps families become more secure through food, housing, and job support.