May 11, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (May 11, 2018) – Ann Senne, head of RBC Wealth Management’s Advice & Solutions Group, recently joined the board of The Emily Program Foundation, a Minnesota-based nonprofit working to prevent and eliminate eating disorders.
“I am honored to join the board of The Emily Program Foundation,” said Senne. “I look forward to helping the Foundation ensure that everyone who is impacted by eating disorders gets the support they deserve.”
Created in 2007, The Emily Program Foundation works to increase prevention of eating disorders, support recovery, and promote legislative change. The nonprofit advocates for laws and policies that remove barriers to eating disorder treatment and mental health care, provides financial assistance to people to complete treatment, and educates local communities about the mental illness and related issues.
“We are thrilled to have Ann join our board,” said Lisa Radzak, executive director of The Emily Program Foundation. “Her leadership and experience will be great assets to the Foundation as we continue to strengthen our impact and grow our reach in furtherance of our mission to prevent and end eating disorders.”
As head of the RBC Wealth Management Advice & Solutions Group, Senne leads the teams that support financial advisors in providing holistic wealth management solutions to clients. She previously served on the board of Minneapolis nonprofit Tubman.
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