Reva knew from a young age that she wanted to go far in financial services but her aspirations were cut short when she hit the glass ceiling. With a move to RBC Wealth Management, she found a culture that values the diversity of thought and experience that women bring to leadership.
As a mom transitioning back to the working world, Terri looked for a company that allowed her to be both a great parent and a great employee. She found the right balance with RBC Wealth Management’s flexible and supportive culture for women.
Like many parents, Beth took a break from her career to focus on her kids. When she was ready to start working again, there was no question that RBC Wealth Management was the right place for her.
Moving his successful practice to RBC Wealth Management was not an easy decision. But after just a few short months, Mike knew taking that leap of faith was the best choice he ever made.
After his time as a Navy pilot, David entered the world of finance, making a career-changing move to RBC Wealth Management during the global financial crisis. In that time of uncertainty, David says the firm’s commitment to clients made a lasting imprint.
The thrill of a new career turned to disappointment when Robin hit a roadblock familiar to many women in the workforce. After transitioning to RBC Wealth Management, she found a welcoming culture where women are encouraged to be leaders.
Cathy brings the same service-focused mindset to her career as a financial advisor as she did as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force. Find out how a commitment to serving others and a sense of entrepreneurship inspires her in her role today.
Amy thought she would have the greatest impact on people’s lives in the political world in Washington, D.C. However, now as a financial advisor, she says helping her clients achieve their financial goals is even more fulfilling.
Early in her career, Lauri felt she hit the glass ceiling. But after transitioning to what became RBC Wealth Management, she discovered a new world of possibilities at a firm with a supportive culture for women.
Growing up in Vietnam, a career as a financial advisor never crossed Lauren’s mind. But after starting her accounting career in the U.S., she decided, in her 50s, it was time for a second act.
Since the 6th grade, Vikesh had wanted to come to the U.S. He finally did, and he's been with RBC for nearly 20 years. Discover how he's found incredible support and success at every level of RBC.
Growing up in an adopted home, Lee often struggled to find people who looked like her or shared her ethnicity. At RBC, she feels a sense of belonging and valued as a whole person.
Luis is a trailblazer: He’s a first-generation American, the first in his family to go to college and proudly identifies as gay. Learn how he’s always felt a sense of acceptance at RBC.
Helping people and making an impact on someone’s future are Adonika’s guiding principles. And the appreciation she hears from clients—and RBC—makes a difference in her work every day.
Jason believes that to be a financial advisor today, one has to be caring and compassionate. Learn how that idea has driven his entire career.
Our values in action
To encourage well-being, inclusion and prosperity, we look for ways to support, mentor and guide others in the communities where we live and work. With active employee volunteerism, sponsorships and grants from RBC Foundation – USA, we strive to inspire a path toward a better future.
At RBC Wealth Management, diversity and inclusion is one of our core values and embedded into our culture. Cultivating a diverse workforce—through programs and dedicated resources—helps us all succeed. We believe diversity and inclusion is an engine for innovation and economic prosperity.
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.