What Glass Ceiling? How to embody the concept of UnNiched.

What does it mean to be UnNiched? The path to becoming UnNiched is different for everyone, but for ALL of us to become UnNiched means to turn our backs on preconceived notions of who we are, who we should be, and what we are meant to do. On this episode of UnNiched, Terri Spath and Tiana Brenneise, truly embody the UnNiched concept.

Terri and Tiana work for Sierra Investment Management, the parent company of Ocean Park Asset Management. Terri is Sierra Ocean Park’s chief investment officer and Tiana is Sierra’s national account manager. Sierra Ocean Park always looks for the right person for the job and it just so happens that for its CIO, CFO, and CCO positions, the right person was a woman. A refreshing perspective when you consider as of December 31, 2016, only 9.12% of the CEOs and 6% of the chief investment officers of the largest institutional money managers were women.

As CIO, Terri is responsible for market and economic analysis, portfolio allocation, investment strategy, and building client solutions at the firm.  Her extensive experience in the financial services industry includes portfolio management and analyst responsibilities at Franklin Templeton, Fidelity Investments, and RSF Capital Management. She holds the CFA and CFP designations and she earned her M.B.A. from Colombia Business School and an A.B. from the University of Michigan.

As Sierra Ocean Park’s national accounts manager, Tiana is responsible for enhancing and maintaining relationships with national broker/dealers and investment platforms. She has helped cultivate and grow the distribution of Sierra’s investment management products throughout the country. Tiana earned a B.A. in business administration with a concentration in corporate and international finance from California State University at Fullerton.

Join me as I engage in a fun, lively and enlightening conversation about confidence, gender roles, and opportunities for women with these two UnNiched industry powerhouses.

 

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