At RBC Wealth Management, women advisors are building their businesses, raising families and thinking about how they can inspire each other and the next generation of women in the wealth management industry.
Learn how our financial advisors’ paths led them to RBC Wealth Management and why they’re passionate about what they do. We hope their stories inspire you to envision how your own path can lead to a fulfilling career at RBC Wealth Management.
Being an executor can be an overwhelming and challenging responsibility. Acting in the best interest of her friend’s estate meant using RBC’s Agent for Executor Services and having professional advice every step of the way.
After eight years in the U.S. Army, Sanya Mulhern turned her passion for service into a successful career as a financial advisor. Her unique experiences help her connect with her clients and work towards achieving their goals.
Debbie Sullivan’s career aspirations started with thoughts of becoming a doctor and healing people’s health. But her path evolved quickly, and today she finds gratification in helping to “heal people’s finances” as a financial advisor.
After beginning her career as an interior designer, Kirstin Turner decided to become a financial advisor, which was a more fulfilling path for her. Today, she also leads as a branch director in Florida.
Linda Donovan built a successful career as a financial advisor while raising twin girls as a single mom. The obstacles she overcame in her own life help her relate to her clients as she helps them achieve their goals.
Growing up in a small town, Carrie Rosen dreamed of being a businesswoman in a big city. Not only did Carrie achieve her dream, but she found lasting success in her career as a financial advisor and branch director.
When Darla Kashian graduated college with an English degree, she had no idea how her career would unfold. After holding positions in multiple industries, Darla found her passion in helping clients as a financial advisor.
Brooke McGeehan’s competitive nature and entrepreneurial drive made her realize she had qualities that would make her a successful financial advisor. She made the move–and hasn’t looked back.
A former aerospace engineer, Heather Krause has embraced her transition into a field where she can still be analytical, but also tap into her more social and creative side and transform the lives of her clients.
Mother and daughter team, Maureen Kerrigan and Courtney Mahoney, each found their own way into finance. Together, as financial advisors and family, they continue to inspire one another and prepare and empower clients for their financial future.
You’ve worked hard to build a successful career, but you may be asking, “What’s next?” We invite you to explore our opportunities and take your next step at RBC Wealth Management.
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Our firm is home to one of the longest-standing women-focused employee resource groups in the country. Through mentorship, conference offerings and business resources, it’s an essential part of our supportive and inclusive environment for women.
Take a look behind the scenes at the culture, leadership and day-to-day life at RBC Wealth Management in Prosper•US magazine. Designed for those who self-identify as women—who advise, plan, spend, save and give—this RBC publication is full of inspiration and practical tips for people in the financial industry.
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