“I care about each person on an individual level - no cookie cutter approach when creating their custom portfolios” – Leora Garner
Leora Garner serves Carnegie Investment Counsel as Senior Portfolio Manager for the firm’s L.A. office. With over 30 years of investment experience managing portfolios for high net worth individuals and non-profits, Leora builds custom portfolios after understanding the client’s total financial picture.
In 1995, Leora founded Laurel Grove Capital and served as President, CIO and Portfolio Manager until she combined the firm with Carnegie Investment Counsel in 2019. Leora began her investment counseling career in 1988 when she joined Trust Company of the West as a Vice President in the Private Client Services Group. In 1994 she left to take the position of Portfolio Manager with Philip J. Swan and Associates. Leora holds a B.A. in English from UCLA and CPA license.
In addition to her duties at Carnegie Investment Counsel, Leora serves as a Trustee Affiliate of Berkeley Hall School and is a member of The Library Council, the CFA Institute and Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist. She is also a Patron of the Los Angeles Ballet and a Barnes Foundation Circle donor.
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