Born in New Jersey and raised outside of Philadelphia, I spent most of my childhood as a competitive gymnast and striving to excel scholastically. In 2001 I graduated from Franklin & Marshall as a political science major with a minor focus in business. My interest in finance was piqued when an on-campus recruiter from Bloomberg, L.P. approached me at a job fair. Bloomberg’s ever-evolving dynamics appealed to me, which is probably one of the reasons I am so happy here at Landsberg Bennett.
My first six weeks at Bloomberg gave me more financial training than four years of college. The job tested my ability to grasp many facets of the markets, and to learn public speaking. It was a wonderful opportunity, and I can’t say enough good things about it.
Working at Landsberg Bennett challenges me to be extraordinarily detail-oriented and gives me the opportunity to help grow a new business. I’m fortunate and excited about having joined the firm early, and to be part of, and contribute to, the firm’s growth.
The most important thing in my life is keeping a balance between my professional life, and my family. I am the proud mother of a son and daughter and I’m fortunate to have my parents living locally. I have always been an athlete—I even played rugby in college. I am still very into physical fitness, and enjoy a daily run to relax.
The unique thing for me about Landsberg Bennett is how focused everyone is on trying to offer the best service to our clients. It’s like being on a sports team where we all complement each other and challenge each other to do better. It’s also like family here, both with my colleagues and with our clients, which is also rare and wonderful.