Suzanne G. Priebatsch
Suzanne Priebatsch has focused her career in investment management on helping people become more “financially literate” so they can manage their wealth during their lifetimes and pass on legacies that reflect their values. A graduate of Smith College, Priebatsch became an investment manager in 1986, helping educate clients on making choices that were in line with their priorities. She has lectured on financial empowerment of women and girls at many universities and professional organizations. Outside of her career in investment, she has served on the boards of the Children’s Museum of Boston, the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish Arts Collaborative, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Hadassah Medical Organization, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. She also served as a founding board member of the Jewish Women’s Archive. In 2006 she was honored by the Boston chapter of Hadassah as a Woman of Distinction. As of 2016 she serves as senior vice president of wealth management with Morgan Stanley.
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