Winnie became a part of Carnegie in 2010 and currently works as a VP/Portfolio Manager. She has vast investment experience serving a select clientele and is a member of the Investment Committee. Formerly, Winnie worked in Atlanta for Digital Equipment Corporation. She spent almost 10 years living and working overseas in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Prague. She also worked as an Investment Advisor for Morgan Stanley and Stifel Nicolaus. She received a degree in International Studies and Economics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
She has volunteered for many years as a Big Sister in Big Brothers, Big Sisters and also participates in her local community. She likes reading, boating, hiking, and playing golf and tennis. Winnie lives with her husband in both Englewood, Florida and in Ellsworth, Maine.
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