As a Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman with oversight of Private Banking’s Multi-Family Office and Center for Family Business, Kathryn George helps clients achieve their definition of success for their family, wealth, and business over generations. She also serves as the Chairwoman of the BBH Center for Women & Wealth, which seeks to create a dynamic and inclusive environment where women can engage in conversations about wealth, family, and values. As a member of Women Moving Millions, Kathryn is also very engaged with clients, helping them develop and execute on their philanthropic goals.
Kathryn joined BBH in 1986. During her tenure at the firm, she has served as the Head of Merchant Banking and of Equity Sales, Research and Trading and has overseen Global Compliance, Internal Audit, Office of the General Counsel and Enterprise Risk Management. She has chaired the firm’s Governance Risk and Compliance Oversight and Institutional Risk and Credit Committees and is currently the chair of the Private Banking Investment Oversight Committee and a member of the Private Banking Oversight Committee and the Capital Partners Investment Committee. She also co-chairs BBH’s Global Inclusion Council, which establishes the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion goals and initiatives.
Kathryn is the chairman of the board of Gillen Brewer School, a trustee and member of the Executive Committee of Trinity College and a member of the Investment Committee of the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia. She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Trinity College.