Judi Rosenthal – Ms. Foundation For Women Judi Rosenthal – Ms. Foundation For Women Judi Rosenthal – Ms. Foundation For Women

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Judi Rosenthal

Board Member

Judi Rosenthal is a Vice President and Financial Advisor in the New York office of Bernstein Private Wealth Management. Through her work with individuals, family foundations and non-profit endowments, Judi seeks to solve for inequality through activist and impact investing. Prior to joining the firm in 2018, she was the founder and CEO of Rosenthal Design Group, LLC, a financial services consulting firm with a focus on the advancement of female advisors and consumers. For the 17 years prior she served as a premier franchise consultant/platinum financial advisor at Ameriprise Financial where she developed two consulting platforms providing advisor business development, launched a national network for female financial advisors and was ranked Top 10 in the nation for sales metrics. Judi holds a BFA in Flute Performance from the Boston Conservatory of Music. She has appeared on The Today Show, CNBC’s Power Lunch and CNBC’s special live market coverage. She is also a repeat guest on Martha Stewart Living Radio and is being quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Financial Advisor magazine, the New York Daily News and Today.com. Judi serves on the board of the Ms. Foundation, the Nation’s oldest Women’s Foundation, investing in and strengthening the capacity of women led movements to advance meaningful social, cultural, and economic change in the lives of women. She is an active supporter of women candidates running for political office through pro bono consulting and fundraising efforts. Judi lives in New York City with her two young children and one old dachshund.

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