Finding Her Voice & Creating a Legacy
Uncovering fundamental truths about family, wealth, and legacy through the stories and perspectives of today's wealthy women.
Inside the Stories
“The real power of this research comes from the stories themselves. We've been afforded an exclusive opportunity-the chance to hear from women who have achieved tremendous success by finding their voice and creating their legacy.”
- Amy Hart Clyne
Pitcairn, Chief Knowledge and Learning Officer
In the Media
Amy Hart Clyne spoke with Jill Malandrino at Nasdaq #TradeTalks about better advising wealthy women and what women look for in financial advisors.Watch
Private Wealth Magazine
Amy Hart Clyne discusses ways that family offices can improve serving ultra-wealthy women with Executive Director Russ Alan Prince.Read
Amy Hart Clyne highlights the importance of women’s roles in the family enterprise and financial planning meetings.Read
Reflective Conversations, Impactful Insights
Finding Her Voice draws from intimate, in-depth conversations with nearly three dozen women of wealth about how they came to wealth, their role in the family, the obstacles they overcame, and how they prepared their rising generation while sustaining family connections and family harmony.
These stories have important implications for evolving gender roles across society as well as for wealthy families and the industries that serve them.
These stories of grit, love, determination, vision, patience, and persistence are so needed. They are the story keepers and peacemakers and their contributions within the family system represent a welding link between the generations. I hope this book becomes the catalyst for deeper study and programming.Dave Specht, Director, Drucker School Global Family Business Institute
After being undervalued for decades, this book finally puts the spotlight on the crucial role played by women in extremely wealthy families as the bridge builders who act as conduits of family history and values. The underlying research will help revolutionize thinking in the family office spaceJay Hughes, author, researcher, and current active Fellow of Wise Counsel Research Foundation
The hallmark of wealth, it is said, is complexity. This research shines a spotlight on the unique complexity experienced by women who are family leaders and wealth holders. This book joins the growing chorus of research that says wealth is far from toxic—it can be empowering. You will be inspired.James Grubman PhD, author and internationally-recognized consultant to families of wealth, family enterprises, and the advisors who serve them