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Elizabeth Hare Vice President, Center for Women & Wealth, Private Banking

Elizabeth Hare joined Brown Brothers Harriman in 2014 and is a vice president and the associate director of the BBH Center for Women & Wealth (CW&W). The CW&W supports women as they create and manage wealth and seeks to create a dynamic and inclusive environment where women can engage in conversations about wealth, family and values. Ms. Hare leads the content and marketing strategy efforts of the CW&W.

Prior to joining BBH, Ms. Hare was a senior vice president for global investments marketing at Merrill Lynch and before that, the private client marketing director at GAM. She received her B.A. in economics from Fordham University and her MBA from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.

Market Commentary - 10 files

Financial Education Infographic October 2017

In this issue’s “By the Numbers” infographic, we illustrate the importance of early education in developing the next generation’s financial skills.

Women in the Arts Infographic July 2017

In this issue’s “By the Numbers” infographic, we explore the state of women in the arts and highlight promising signs of change.

Families and Wealth Survey Results Infographic March 2017

BBH surveyed of a group of sophisticated estate planners to gather their insights on what makes intergenerational wealth transitions successful. In this issue’s “By the Numbers” infographic, we highlight the results.

Family, Wealth Transfer & Leaving A Legacy September 2016

In this issue’s “By the Numbers,” we explore the challenges of wealth transfer – a difficult process that can sometimes be more challenging than acquiring wealth in the first place.

Caregiving and the Sandwich Generation Infographic June 2016

In this issue’s “By the Numbers” infographic, we explore the challenges facing the sandwich generation – adults who are caring for a parent age 65 or older while also raising a young child or financially supporting a grown child – and examine the ...