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What is the most interesting or inspiring aspect of your work right now?
I have had the luxury of reinventing myself after leaving my rewarding, long career in the wealth management industry three years ago. I am choosing now to devote my time and energy to two business ventures. First, my consulting practice where I focus on advising businesses (wealth management/private banking firms and beyond) and their leadership, primarily on growing their business and their talent. I am privileged with my practice to be an objective partner to industry peer leaders, enabling me to share the insights and learnings I attained from my years in senior leadership roles at national and global wealth management firms. Secondly, my work over the past two years in the public company board room as a Director for Puget Sound Bank has inspired me to be a part of the movement to get more women on for profit boards. Through my involvement with the Women Corporate Directors organization, the onboarding efforts of Deloitte/Perkins Coie/Spencer Stuart and The Foster School of Business, along with the work of other inspired community leaders in the PNW, I am very optimistic about the future of women in the boardroom in our region. 

What does being a part of the WTCSE community mean to you?
I am proud to be on the Board of Governors and a member of WTCSE, especially at this juncture in my career where I am looking for ways to connect with interesting and dynamic professionals. I am so very impressed by the quality and diversity of the membership and the programs that are offered through the club. Every time I attend a WTC event, host someone for breakfast or lunch, or utilize the club for a business or personal occasion, my expectations are exceeded.  And, given that I now office on the Eastside, having a comfortable and convenient Seattle office alternative where I can easily connect with colleagues and friends, has been the perfect solution for me. Mostly, I am proud to support smart, energized, business leaders with a venue in which to come together to make our treasured PNW region a better place in which to live and work.  

Many thanks to Shelley Tomberg and the WTCSE staff for all you do for our members and the community!

Nancy Pellegrino
Pellegrino Advisory Services, LLC

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