Women of Distinction Award Recipients Honored for Financial Advisory Work
MADISON, Wis. -- CUNA Brokerage Services, Inc. recently honored 27 financial advisers with its inaugural Women of Distinction award for their superior performance and contribution to the financial services industry in 2007.
In addition to the advisory work, each award recipient was also recognized for generating a minimum of $250,000 in revenue last year. The award winners will participate in a mentoring program offered through CBSI designed to foster the growth of women new to the financial services industry.
Those recognized by CUNA are; Catherine Barnes; Emmor Boslet, CFP; Jane Brockway, CRPC; Monica Chandra; Kathy Chesney, ChFC, CLU; Linda City; Diana Clark; Linda Cohen, CRPC; Wendy Cundari; Theresa D'Amico, CRPC; Carol Diest, CRPC; Marcella Evans; Judy Evers, CFP; Gilda Gilbert; Leigh Glover, CRPC; Kelly Goreham; Breta Grumbois; Lori McNight; Wendy Miletich; Stephanie Morales; Marie Quinlan; Swan Shen, CFP; CRPC; Kathryn Snyder; Sophia Spencer, CRPC; Ernesta Tobin, CFP; Suzanne Williams; and Emily Windolph.
"It is a privilege to recognize the significant accomplishments these women have made to the financial services industry," said David Marks, chief investment officer and executive vice president of CUNA Mutual Group. "CUNA Mutual is impressed with this group's contributions and their willingness to mentor and help grow the ranks of women in the financial services sector."
The award ceremony took place at CBSI's recent FOCUS 2008 national sales conference in Atlanta.